No-one here appears to have tried the latest version of Kdenlive. It actually works now, as opposed to crashing whenever you look at it in the wrong way.
Microsoft is retarding the spread of virtualization with unfair, outmoded licensing practices for Windows Server 2003 and Vista operating systems, especially more sophisticated deployments that rely on VMware VMotion. At least, that's what VMware charged in a a whitepaper posted on its Web site last week.
VMware further charges that these practices are not only unfair, but designed to discourage IT shops from using virtualization software that goes beyond Microsoft's own Virtual Server and Virtual PC.
Intel CPUs are not defective, they just act that way. -- Henry Spencer