OpenShot 3.2 Released With Better Performance For This Open-Source Video Editor

Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 25 June 2024 at 05:38 AM EDT. 3 Comments
OpenShot 3.2 has been released as the latest feature update to this open-source, non-linear video editor that is popular on Linux systems.

OpenShot 3.2 brings a big overhaul to the themes and overall user experience, new themes, and all-around better UI/UX. There is improved timeline snapping, Blender 4.1 integration support, improved HiDPI interface support, improved font handling, better compatibility with FFmpeg 7.0, and a r ange of other improvements. OpenShot 3.2 should also deliver better performance in general than with prior releases.

OpenShot 3.2 official screenshot

Downloads and more details on the OpenShot 3.2 video editor release via
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