I had kdenlive installed on Fedora 32 but due to updates complaining about mlt I removed the kdenlive package and all the dependencies that dnf wanted to remove. I ran the update and everything updated. Then I tried to re-install kdenlive and I get:
Problem: package kdenlive-20.08.3-1.fc32.x86_64 requires mlt-freeworld(x86-64) >= 6.22.1, but none of the providers can be installed
cannot install the best candidate for the job
nothing provides mlt = 6.22.1 needed by mlt-freeworld-6.22.1-1.fc32.x86_64
Is this normal in F32? Should I just ignore and let it install kdenlive-19?
I am using fedora 33 where I see mlt-freeworld comes from rpmrusion-free-updates and mlt comes from fedora updates.
That may be a mirror sync delay on the f32 repos. Simply wait for the repos to sync then try again. If the rpmfusion repo has version 6.22 then that version is in the fedora repo as well but the mirrors are not yet synced. They will be very soon.