KDE Gear 22.12.3 Looks to Improve Kdenlive, Ark, Kate, More
KDE Gear is a collection of open-source applications for the KDE desktop environment. The latest version of KDE Gear, 22.12.3, has been released, and it brings a bunch of improvements and fixes to popular KDE software such as Kdenlive, Ark, and Kate. Here’s a closer look at what the new version has to offer:
Kdenlive is a powerful video editor for Linux and other free software operating systems. In the new version of KDE Gear, Kdenlive has been updated with a variety of performance and stability improvements. Most notably, it now supports hardware-accelerated decoding for higher-definition videos, making it faster and easier to work with large files.
Ark is the default archive manager in KDE. Version 22.12.3 of KDE Gear introduces a few small bug fixes to Ark, as well as performance improvements. It’s now easier to move files within archives and to preferred locations on the hard drive.
Kate is the popular text editor found in the KDE desktop environment. The new version of KDE Gear adds important fixes to Kate, such as improved support for debugging and searching. Kate now also has native support for welcome messages, as well as compatibility for new languages.
KDE Gear 22.12.3 offers a few other minor upgrades and bug fixes, including:
- Gwenview: Improved support for editing RAW files in Gwenview.
- KRunner: Fixed a number of display issues and improved the user experience.
- Dolphin: Various bug fixes and performance improvements.
Overall, KDE Gear 22.12.3 is a great update that brings a lot of improvements and bug fixes to popular KDE applications. Whether you’re a video editor, developer, or casual user, there’s something in this version of KDE Gear for everyone.