The latest version of Linux video editor ‘OpenShot‘ has been released with a raft of new features and fixes.
OpenShot developers have been hard at work since November cooking up improvements & upgrades for this already awesome video editor.
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It may be the most powerful consumer-orientated video editor for the Linux desktop but OpenShot has long held a website not-quite befitting its awesome status. That is until today.
Popular Linux video editor OpenShot has many, many fans but despite its UI trying to remain as simple as possible it sometimes seems to work against the user rather than with them.
The newly released OpenShot 1.2.2 will be available for users of Ubuntu 10.10 to install, thanks the the approval of a ‘freeze exception request’ by Ubuntu. The news is both good and bad – whilst […]
A new version of Linux video editor OpenShot has been released today, some 5 months after the previous stable release was made back in March this year. More information, feature list, a demonstration video and download instructions after the jump!
I hate doing this to you but after you’ve seen this video you’ll understand why I am currently speechless. The 3D titles feature coming to OpenShot very soon is demoed in suitably impressive form here […]
OpenShot development has been a wee quiet of late – bar the OpenShot survey conducted a few months back. That silence is over with today’s announcement by lead OpenShot developer Jonathan Thomas that OpenShot will […]
The results of the OpenShot survey that was conducted over the last few weeks has ended and the results have been made available on OpenShot developer Cenwen’s blog [French]. They show many interesting things, a brief […]
Following on from the launch of the OpenShot survey (which if you haven’t filled in yet you should do so by clicking here) one criticism of OpenShot that I have heard time and time again […]
The developers behind Linux video editor OpenShot have launched a new survey asking users what features they want to see in the next release. The result of the survey will directly influence what features will […]