OpenShot 2.4 Brings Better Stability To This Open-Source Video Editor
Written by Michael Larabel in Desktop on 7 September 2017 at 05:55 AM EDT. 5 Comments
DESKTOP --
Jon Thomas has announced the release of the OpenShot Video Editor 2.4 released. Among the features of OpenShot 2.4 are "vastly improved stability" for this non-linear, cross-platform video editor.

Besides better stability, OpenShot 2.4 offers better undo/redo history, new freeze and zoom menus, updated translations, and a whole lot of bug fixes.

Fans of OpenShot can learn more about this bug 2.4 update via OpenShotVideo.com.

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