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Oscar-Winning Video Editor ‘Lightworks’ Landing on Linux in October

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A release date for the Linux version of Editshare’s professional-grade video editor Lightworks has been set. October 30th will see an alpha release of the editor made available for Linux users to download.

This isn’t the first time that a release date has been given for the Linux version of the editor. It was originally intended to see release in late 2011.

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Open-sourcing of Lightworks was announced back in 2010, with a Windows version of the app following shortly after.

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