Video Editor OpenShot announced the release of it’s seminal version 1.0 earlier today packing in so many new features, improvements and bug fixes I’m not sure I’ll be able to mention them all!
The full list of new features can be found in the official OpenShot announcement, however here is a quick “summing up”, giving you an over-view of some of the new features in OpenShot 1.0.
- Stable as a house – OpenShot themselves say “Just try and crash OpenShot now. We dare you.”
- 28 new video transitions
- 29 new titles in both 4:3 and 16:9 ratios
- Two new themes for OpenShot itself including a ‘simple’ theme and a non-glossy blue one
- New Languages
- Help Manual integration
- Chroma Key fixed
Take a peek at OpenShot in action: -
Any regular reader to OMG! will know that OpenShot Video Editor is a firm favourite of ours, so we congratulate the OpenShot developers for yet another awesome release.
The release of OpenShot 1.0 has truly raised the bar for Desktop Video Editing on Linux.
OpenShot 1.0 can be downloaded using the instructions on the official site @ openshotvideo.com/download