OpenShot Video Editor Planning For Many Improvements In 2018
Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 1 January 2018 at 08:55 PM EST. 8 Comments
MULTIMEDIA --
The OpenShot open-source non-linear video editor is planning for many improvements this year.

While 2017 brought stability and performance improvements to OpenShot, for 2018 a lot more work is to be done. Among their objectives this year are even better stability, improved transform/preview, a new image sequence reader, user-interface improvements, more effects, etc. Beyond program improvements, the OpenShot team also hopes to work on better documentation and also high-quality video tutorials.

Those wanting to learn about OpenShot's plans for 2018 can do so via OpenShotVideo.com.
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