OpenShot Kicks Up With New Timeline Feature
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 5 April 2013 at 02:21 PM EDT. 10 Comments
The OpenShot Video Editor now has a new video/audio timeline that will be introduced in the next version of this popular open-source Linux video application. Here's some details.

The new timeline for OpenShot is written in web technologies -- namely HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript. Among the new features are video thumbnails, audio waveforms, color indicators, multiple clip selection / arrangement, audio trimming, improved snapping, and CSS skinning support.

More details on this new OpenShot feature can be found out from their blog post or the video that's embedded below.

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