OpenShot 3.0 Released With Many Open-Source Video Editing Enhancements

Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 10 December 2022 at 08:00 PM EST. 12 Comments
For those thinking about what open-source non-linear video editor to try out this holiday season for any videos, OpenShot 3.0 was officially released today as a big step forward for that project.

OpenShot 3.0 has been in the works for the past year and brings more than one thousand reported improvements. OpenShot 3.0 enjoys better stability and lower memory use, better video playback performance, support for exporting multiple clips and videos at the same time, better video format support, Blender 3.3 integration, HiDPI multi-monitor support, documentation improvements, and an array of other significant enhancements to this free software video editing solution.

The video below from the OpenShot project covers more of the v3.0 enhancements in detail:

Downloads and more details on the OpenShot 3.0 open-source video editor release via
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