Openshot1.3.0 comes with new exciting 3D animations and Improved stability, performance and more
Openshot1.3.0 is released, this new release comes with many new features and improved stability, performance, and usability. This new release features New user interface theme, many new exciting 3D animations, improved video rotation, transition snapping and improved direction detection and more.
“OpenShot has many great features, such as trimming and arranging videos, adjusting audio levels, transitions between videos, compositing multiple layers of video, chroma-key / green screen effect, and support of most formats and codecs.
What really sets OpenShot apart from other video editors is the easy-to-use user interface.”
– Improved stability, performance, and usability
– New user interface theme (titled ‘Fresh’)
– Stock icons support
– Add multiple clips to the timeline in one step (including transitions or fades)
– More timeline animations & smoother play-head motion
– Many new exciting 3D animations (including Snow, Lens Flare, Particle Effects, Animated World Maps)
– Files, transitions, and effects filtering (toggle buttons and search bar)
– Improved video rotation (including 1 click rotation)
– Automatic detection of image sequences
– Smoother scaling (panning, zooming, and rotation)
– Transition snapping and improved direction detection
– Video upload to YouTube and Vimeo
– Full list of bug fixes and improvements
Installation in Ubuntu and LinuxMint:
Open Terminal and enter the following commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jonoomph/openshot-edge
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install openshot openshot-doc
You can also download and install the debian using packages.
After Openshot is installed, you should be able to launch it from your Applications > Sound & Video menu, or from the terminal ($ openshot).