OpenShot video editor is one of the best user-friendly and featured packed open source video editing software out there. It’s completely free and very easy to use. Jonathan Thomas is the designer and programmer of this beautiful and effective video editor. He is very much responsive to the users’ feedback and he makes changes accordingly. That why this piece of software has become so popular and made a lot of enthusiastic follower in the Linux world.
Features of OpenShot Video Editor
- It provides the options to display audio waveforms on clips, swap audio files which help to adjust the volume of specific audio channels, remove certain channels or fix the audio drift
- Improve property editing is one of the best features that make this software stand out from others. Drag and drop options and right click facility provide a lot more functions to make the video editing more sophisticated
- New Selection drops down menu at the above of property editor
- Users can define and pre-configure the keyword mapping as per need
- Dragging, resizing or adding the files on the project timeline is much easier now
- New tutorials system is included for the new user to get accustomed to the software
- And there are lot more functions available which will make a user professional on video editing
OpenShot 2.4.2 release highlights
- 7 New Effects (Crop, Hue, Color Shift, Pixelate, Bars, Wave, Shift)
- Auto audio mixing strategy per clip (average, reduce, or none)
- Auto-Rotates any Clip with Reader metadata ‘rotate’ attribute.
- Experimental codecs now supported in FFmpeg/LibAV
- Many improvements for Audio playback, stability, export dialog, etc.
- And numerous bug-fixes. See release note for details.
How to Install OpenShot Video Editor
OpenShot video editor can be installed via PPA on all the version of Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and others Ubuntu derivatives.
Terminal Command Installation
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:openshot.developers/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install openshot-qt libopenshot*
Remove The OpenShot Video Editor
sudo apt-get remove --autoremove openshot-qt
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