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OpenShot Video Editor 2.3 is Here
21 April, 2017
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Jonathan Thomas has released a new version of his OpenShot open source, cross-platform video editor. V2.3 brings new features, performance improvements, and tons of bug fixes.

Transform Tool

First of all, there is a new transform tool, which allows real-time transformations in the video preview window. Right click on any clip, and choose “Transform” to enable the tool. Using your mouse, move and scale the clip as needed, all while enjoying a real-time preview. 

Zooming Improvements

Zooming in and out of the timeline, in order to increase precision of your edits, has been greatly improved. When zooming the timeline, it now centers on your mouse position, similar to image editing applications. The zoom scale is also now saved in each project file, which saves some time when jumping back into a project. When your mouse is over the timeline, hold CTRL+mouse scroll wheel to zoom in and out.

Razor Tool

Back by popular demand, the razor tool from OpenShot 1.4.3 has returned from the dead. Click on the Razor toolbar button to switch to razor mode. Now click on any clip or transition to quickly cut them (holding CTRL and SHIFT modify the razor to only keep the left or right side). Alternatively, you can cut a clip at the Playhead position by right clicking and choosing “Slice”, by using CTRL+K, or by grabbing the edge of the clip and dragging.

Improved Title Editors

Many improvements have been made to the Title Editor and Animated Title Editor. Both editors now display a grid of thumbnails, to make finding the right title easier. Save dialogs are no longer used, and instead title files are saved directly into your project folder. New “Edit Title” and “Duplicate Title” menus have been added, to assist in quickly making changes to titles.

New Preview Window

Previewing files now has its own dedicated video player, which allows for multiple video preview windows at the same time. Also, audio files render a waveform by default. The speed of previewing files is also improved, using the improvements mentioned below.

You can find more info on the editor and download it here

Source: OpenShot
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Xodroc
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If only it could export to H.265/HEVC.. Looks like Handbrake gets to stay in the pipeline.

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2.3 on Windows crashes every 30-45 min on avg through normal use and has to be restarted multiple times due to video preview playback not working. I used to love openshot, but currently is unusable on windows

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