OpenShot 2.1 Open-Source Video Editor Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 30 August 2016 at 08:09 AM EDT. 5 Comments
MULTIMEDIA --
OpenShot 2.1 is the latest feature release of this promising open-source video editing solution.

OpenShot 2.1 adds support for displaying audio waveforms on clips, improves property editing, provides a new selection dropdown, supports user-configurable keyboard mapping, timeline improvements, a new tutorial system, performance gains for effects, improved transitions, and much more. There are also many bug fixes as well as support for Windows 64-bit.


OpenShot fans can learn more about the v2.1 milestone via OpenShotVideo.com.
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