We are proud to announce the next release of Lightworks 11.5 is now available to download on Windows and Linux (.deb and .rpm) www.lwks.com/downloads
This is the next major release of Lightworks following on strongly from the success of 11.1.1 only a few months ago. This latest release has some incredible new features including:
This is such an exciting release for Lightworks as this is the first time in Lightworks' history that a release version is now available on two platforms, Windows and Linux.
To coincide with the release of 11.5 and all the user interface changes, we have updated the ten basic tutorial videos here We have also added in Shark Byte videos for most of the new features included in 11.5 here We recommend you take a look at these videos which will bring you up to speed with all the latest changes very quickly.
The free version now allows users to import all professional and consumer video formats natively on its timeline, with the ability to add titles, both features previously reserved for Pro users in 11.1.1. The difference between Free and Pro now is that the Pro version has a much wider range of output options, whereas the Free version is limited to web formats (ie MPEG4/H.264), at up to 720p. The Pro version also includes the advanced project sharing, 3D stereoscopic output, user-definable project locations, rendering and Hardware I/O support.
We have added more ways to buy Lightworks introducing monthly and annual subscriptions along with the ability to purchase the software for a one-off fee.
The new pricing structure is:
Monthly subscription $7.99 | 5.99€ | £4.99
Annual subscription $79.99 | 59.99€ | £49.99
Buy Version Outright $279.99 | 214.99€ | £179.99
If you purchase 11.5 using the 'Buy Outright' option, it's yours to use forever.
All 11.5.x updates are included. Future upgrades from 11.5 to a subsequent release is priced:
$153.99 | 117.99€ | £99.99
A big thank you once again to all the Beta Testers that continually posted helpful feedback during the aggressive Beta phase over the last couple of months.
Linux Beta testers will need to remove the installed Beta version before attempting to install this release build: sudo apt-get remove lightworks or yum remove lightworks
Lightworks Product Manager
Last Edit: 12 months ago by Matt Sandford.
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