A new version for OpenShot, one of the most popular video editors for Linux has been released. The new version brings plenty of new features, better integration with Gnome, new themes, Youtube upload feature and many many more updates.Read more »
Version 1.1 brings with it a buffet of new features, speed improvements and general all round greatness that we've come to expect from the fast-paced development of the OpenShot team.Read more »
OpenShot 1.1 (non-linear video editor) was released yesterday and it addresses 40 bugs and features.
The most requested feature was probably the "Undo / Redo" support which has finally been included in OpenShot.
Other new features and improvements in OpenShot 1.1:Read more »
Video editing in Linux is never an easy stuff. While there are several top-notch video editing software available for Linux users, most of them are not meant for the faint-hearted. Until the release of OpenShot.Read more »
Not a day goes by without my love of OpenShot growing just that little bit deeper – and today is no exception as the latest version, deep breath, 0.9.54 was released today giving OpenShot yet more clout to the title of “most accomplished user-friendly video editor available on Linux”.Read more »
I took a few minutes to chat with Jonathan Thomas, creator and all round nice guy from OpenShot (better known as “iMovie for Linux” around these parts!), to find out what the application is up to, what their plans are for the future and when we can expect a stable release…Read more »
One of the reasons I haven't done almost any video editing is due to the relative lack of "mature" software for the job in Linux/Unix.Read more »
OpenShot - one of the best video editor available for Linux - finally has a PPA! That's news enough in-itself as it means pain free installation but the even better news is it now comes complete with effects!Read more »