Version 2.2 of OpenShot is now available for download, with vastly improved performance. 4k, 2.5k, and 1080p video editing has never been smoother!
Version 2.1 of OpenShot has been released, with improved property editing, user-configurable keyboard shortcuts, and 64-bit Windows support.
Version 2.0 of OpenShot has been released for beta testing, and is ready for you to download! Rebuilt from the ground up, more powerful, more flexible, and now available on Linux, Mac, and Windows!
Version 1.4 of OpenShot has been released, and is ready for you to download! Boasting new features, enhancements, and lots of bug fixes, this is the best version of OpenShot ever produced, so come check it out!
I am proud to announce the next version of OpenShot (1.3.0) has been officially released! Lots of bug fixes, a new user interface theme (called Fresh), stock icons, video upload support for YouTube and Vimeo, new 3D animations (Snow, Lens Flare, Particle Effects), and more timeline and interface animations.
Version 1.2 has finally been released, and here are few of the highlights! Along the way, I threw in some awesome overly dramatic music, and a few screen recordings to show off the new features.
OpenShot Video Editor has just added a new feature to easily create 3D animated titles. The goal is to bring the power of Blender, the creativity of the Blender community (in the form of templates) to OpenShot in the most intuitive interface possible.
OpenShot Video Editor version 1.1.0 has been officially released! It is faster, simpler, and more stable! Editing videos on Linux has never been easier and more fun!
This version of OpenShot will be included in the Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) software center when it launches in April 2010. Don't want to wait? Download OpenShot today at OpenShotVideo.com.
This footage was filmed on my Canon HF S100, and edited with OpenShot (of course).
After 15 months of development, version 1.0 of OpenShot Video Editor has been officially released! OpenShot is a free, non-linear video editor for Linux.
Watch and Learn! I demonstrate how to use OpenShot with the Chroma-Key (i.e. blue screen) effect. I also demonstrate two new features, our static timeline (i.e. scrolling the timeline vertical does not scroll the timeline ruler), and our simple export options. To view the demo video that I created during this screencast, use this link: demo video.
I used OpenShot (version 0.9.43) and gtk-recordMyDesktop to create this screencast. If you create your own screencast of OpenShot, please let me know and I'll add it to the website.
This video was created with OpenShot Video Editor (version 0.9.33), as a response to the Ubuntu UK Podcast: podcast.ubuntu-uk.org who mentioned OpenShot on a recent show.
OpenShot is not just another video editor. It is a very stable, powerful package which is already the easiest-to-use video editor for Linux! Says me. =)