We are happy to announce the release of our latest version, Ubuntu Studio 16.10 Yakkety Yak! As a regular version, it 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 for a complete list […]
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.
A new point release of the Xenial Xerus LTS has been released. As usual, this point release includes many updates, and updated installation media has been provided so that fewer updates will need to be downloaded after installation. These include security updates and corrections for other high-impact bugs. Please see the 16.04.1 change summary for […]
Ubuntu Studio is happy to announce that backports are going to be rolling out soon and the first one will be Ardour. Backports are newer versions of applications, ported back to stable versions of the system. For example in the case of Ardour, Ubuntu Studio users running 14.04 or 16.04 will be able to have […]
We are proud to have Ubuntu Studio 16.04 out in the wild. And the next release can and should be better. It WILL be better if you help! Are there specific packages that should be included or removed? Are there features you would like to see? We cannot promise to do everything you ask, but […]
New Project Lead In January 2016 we had an election for a new project lead, and the winner was Set Hallström, who will be taking over the project lead position right after this release. He will be continuing for another two years until the next election in 2018. The team of developers has also seen […]
First, our warmest thanks to all who have submitted their works to this competition. The level of artistic talent on display is truly impressive! Now that the submission period has ended it is time to select 16 new Ubuntu Studio wallpapers. Please review the photo pool and vote! Review wallpapers HERE Vote HERE Voting begins: […]
Contest Entries are here!! >>> https://www.flickr.com/groups/ubuntustudiocreations/pool/ <<< Where is YOUR entry? Ubuntustudio 16.04 will be officially released in April 2016. As this will be a Long Term Support version, we are most anxious to offer an excellent experience on the desktop. Therefore, the Ubuntustudio community will host a wallpaper design contest! The contest is open to […]
We have decided on the dates for the the new project lead vote. The vote will take place during the week from 1st to 6th of February. Only active Ubuntu Studio contributors will be allowed to vote. New candidates will be accepted up until the week before the vote (Jan 25th), so that the Ubuntu […]
Ubuntu Studio is going to have the first ever vote for the project lead position. Thinking about candidating, or know someone who should? Read on… When is the vote? The vote is preliminary set to January 2016, but will take place no later than April 2016, when the new project lead period begins. Who is […]
Most of the work we do does not require any special skills, so more or less anyone can contribute! To start contributing right away, simply read ubuntustudio.org/contribute and follow instructions. If you’d like to get up to speed on what is happening right now, please read on. In order to survive as a volunteer project, […]