OpenShot Video Editor 1.3.0 released
After five months of work, the developers of the OpenShot Video Editor have announced the release of version 1.3.0. OpenShot is an open source, non-linear, timeline based video editor for Linux-based operating systems.
The new version is claimed to have improvements in performance, stability and usability; it has the ability to add multiple clips to a timeline in one step, many new effects and filters and automatic detection of image sequences. More information on OpenShot features can be found on the OpenShot Features web page. A full list of the 48 bug fixes is available from the OpenShot page on Launchpad.net.
OpenShot 1.3.0 is available for download as a LiveDVD image, a PPA suitable for Ubuntu 9.10 and above; as an installer with a choice of 32- or 64-bit CPUs and various versions of Ubuntu or Fedora OS; and, as a build Wizard for Debian and Ubuntu that downloads the latest source and as a source code tarball. OpenShot is distributed under the GPLv3.
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