OpenShot is already among the most popular video editing application among Ubuntu users. Although there are good alternatives like Kdenlive in Ubuntu, OpenShot video editor is fast catching up. PiTiVi is another contender which recently became one among the default applications for Ubuntu 10.04 "Lucid Lynx". But in a OpenShot vs PiTiVi battle, I would definitely rate OpenShot a notch higher.
- Lets go through a quick OpenShot Review and Installation related instructions.
What's new in OpenShot Video Editor 1.1.3?
- Enhanced loading time and functionality.
- Dynamic tiling of overlapping clips. This can take an unlimited number of clips (that are all on separate tracks playing at the same time), and tile them across the screen.
- New effects included: Contrast, Edge Glow, Saturation, and Cartoon.
- Fade in / out menu has been added and also included Edit titles functionality.
How To Install OpenShot Video Editor 1.1.3 in Ubuntu Lucid, Karmic Using PPA?
- You will have to add the OpenShot PPA to your sources.list. Open Terminal(Applications - Accessories - Terminal) and simply copy-paste the following line into Terminal.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:jonoomph/openshot-edge
- Now Install latest OpenShot Video Editor.
sudo apt-get install openshot