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Installing using .deb

STEP 1. Download and install .deb

First download .deb file for Flowblade 1.12 from here.

Double click on .deb file to install it.

On some systems double clicking may not work (on Ubuntu it has sometimes installed old version from repository), and you need to install .deb file using terminal:

(OPTIONAL) STEP 2. Give some additional commands on terminal

You may need to give some additional commands on terminal:

Release has been install tested on: Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 16.04. Linux Mint 18 and Debian 8. It should work on all recent Debian based distributions.

NOTE: Running a KDEnlive PPA on Ubuntu may cause an uncompatible MLT to be installed and prevent Flowblade from running, more here.

Additional information here.

Installing from your OS repository

The easiest way to install Flowblade is using the version in your OS repository. The downside is that the version available may not be the current latest release. Contact your OS to get latest Flowblade included in repositories if not already available.

Installing Using Source Code Archive

Flowblade is currently a 100% script application, and all the dependencies should be available in popular distributions, so in most cases it should be possible to install and run Flowblade without compiling anything.

Additional information here.

Installing Development Version

Flowblade is currently a 100% script application, and all the dependencies should be available in popular distributions, so in most cases it should be possible to install and run Flowblade without compiling anything.

Developer version may however be unstable or have new dependencies.

To install repository version you need to install git and pull from the project Github repository.

Additional information here.

Windows and OS X are not supported. Flowblade has focused on providing the best possible experience on Linux and other free platforms.