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OpenShot Video Editor 1.4 Released with New Effects, Animations and Enhancements

OpenShot Video Editor is a free, open-source, non-linear video editor. It can create and edit videos and movies using many popular video, audio, and image formats. Create videos for YouTube, Flickr, Vimeo, Metacafe, Xbox, and many more common formats!

OpenShot 1.4 has been released with numerous new features and enhancement. A new GTK 3 version is also in development which will be released soon once its finished.

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Changes in this Release

  • Timeline improvements (middle mouse dragging on the canvas)
  • More stable video & audio effects engine
  • Powerful color correction and adjustments
  • Many new & exciting video & audio effects
  • 15 new video profiles & updated descriptions
  • New 3D animations
  • New transitions
  • Many enhancements to the project files tree
  • Improved internationalization & translations
  • Removed use of the “melt” command line
  • Thumbnail improvements (clip thumbnails update based on IN/OUT, file thumbnails regenerate if missing)
  • Improved title editing
  • New keyboard shortcuts
  • Improved color accuracy with 3D animated title color pickers
  • Tons of bug fixes and speed improvements.

Full changes list here

Version 1.4 is Here! from Jonathan Thomas on Vimeo.

You can install OpenShot by running the commands below. This is will also install Blender on your system as it is needed for certain 3D animations in Openshot:

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