This week has been generous in Linux week as we got lots of cool new releases and Linux updates. Learn more in this 9to5Linux weekly roundup. It started with the launch of the LibreOffice 7.3 office suite, the end of life of the Linux 4.4 LTS kernel series, Education editions of Zorin OS 16, 64-bit […]Read More
GStreamer 1.20 is here to introduce major new features like WebM Alpha decoding support. Learn more about the new release and its features here.
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Maintaining a non-trivial set of GStreamer patches can be tricky. Thanks to the recent move to a single, unified git repo, you can now easily run a GStreamer continuous integration pipeline on your own GitLab instance. Here’s how.
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If you have never heard of GNOME Subtitles before, let me tell you that it’s a powerful subtitle editor for the Linux desktop, supporting most common text-based subtitle formats and offering features like subtitle translation, synchronization of times and frames, as well as built-in video previewing. The new release, GNOME Subtitles 1.7, is here to […]Read More