With Ubuntu 19.04’s feature freeze quickly approaching, we would like to announce the new updates coming to Ubuntu Studio 19.04. Updated Ubuntu Studio Controls This is really a bit of a bugfix for the version of Ubuntu Studio Controls that landed in 18.10. Ubuntu Studio Controls dramatically simplifies audio setup for the JACK Audio Connection […]
Welcome to Ubuntu Studio
Ubuntu Studio is a free and open operating system for creative people.
We provide the full range of multimedia content creation applications for each of our workflows: audio, graphics, video, photography and publishing.
Whether your aim is recording, mixing, mastering, live processing, or even coding, there is a variety of tools for you.
With a full suite of audio applications Ubuntu Studio can support you with these tasks and many more.
Graphic design and modeling applications such as GIMP, Inkscape and Blender are provided. Along with plugins like dcraw to help with RAW camera files and wacom-tools for people with Wacom drawing tablets.
From home movies to full length HD films, Ubuntu Studio supports you all the way to final render for your video.
Ubuntu Studio also provides an application suite for 3D modeling, animation, and compositing.
Post production effects, like lens flares, color grading, and chroma key/alpha over, are available to support your creative vision.
Import pictures from your camera or other devices.
Edit, process and organize your photos with such applications as Openshot and Darktable, and publish them to social web sites.
Want to publish a book, or a e-book?
Whether you’re heading for the printing press, or need to have a particular format for a phone reader, it is possible to achieve professional results on Ubuntu Studio.
The Ubuntu Studio team has been working on some exciting things since the release of Ubuntu Studio 18.10 back in October, and we thought we should update the community on these things. Ubuntu Studio Installer In the past, the “Ubuntu Studio Metapackage Installer” has served to allow those that choose to install metapackages in Ubuntu […]
The Ubuntu Studio team is pleased to announce the release of Ubuntu Studio 18.10 “Cosmic Cuttlefish”. As a regular release, this version of Ubuntu Studio will be supported for 9 months. Since it’s just out, you may experience some issues, so you might want to wait a bit before upgrading. Please see the release notes […]
The Ubuntu Studio team is pleased to announce the final beta release of Ubuntu Studio 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish. While this beta is reasonably free of any showstopper CD build or installer bugs, you may find some bugs within. This image is, however, reasonably representative of what you will find when Ubuntu Studio 18.10 is released […]
We would like to thank everyone who participated in our wallpaper contest for Ubuntu Studio 18.10! With 487 votes, the top 5 submissions were chosen. The winners can be found at this link. Additionally, we’d like to announce the new default wallpaper for 18.10, designed by Ubuntu Studio developer Eylul Dogruel, and is pictured to […]
The 20 finalists for the Ubuntu Studio Wallpaper Contest for 18.10 have been chosen. You can view them at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuStudio/Artwork/CosmicWallpaperFinalists. Voting is open to the public at https://www.strawpoll.me/16471434. You may vote for more than one. The top 5 wallpapers will be added to Ubuntu Studio’s wallpaper pool based on the results of the poll. Voting closes Wednesday, […]
As we begin getting closer to the next release date of Ubuntu Studio 18.10, now is a great time to show what the best of the Ubuntu Studio Community has to offer! We know that many of our users are graphic artists and photographers and we would like to see their/your talent also reflected more […]
Ubuntu Studio 17.10 “Artful Aardvark” has reached End-Of-Life (EOL). It is strongly urged that users of 17.10 upgrade to 18.04 in order to receive the latest updates, including security updates. 17.10 will no longer receive any updates. Ubuntu Studio users can look forward to a new release of Ubuntu Studio 18.10 in October, including new […]
Author Peter Reppert saw the need for a guide to get people started in audio & music production with Ubuntu Studio. He decided to write a book. Once that book was completed, he came to the Ubuntu Studio team to give it away as a gift to the community; his way of contributing to the […]
Plans for Ubuntu Studio 18.10 – Cosmic Cuttlefish For Ubuntu 18.10, we have been starting to think outside-the-box. There is something to be said of remaining with what you have and refining it, but staying in one spot can lead quickly to stagnation. Coming up with new ideas and progressing forward with those ideas is […]