Linux video editor OpenShot 2.3 impresses: New tools, fast performance

By Bryan Lunduke

Video editors have historically been a source of difficulty for Linux users. But, my oh my, has that changed in a big way lately.

I’ve personally been using Kdenlive—a video editor produced by the KDE project—with great success over the last year. I had absolutely no reason or need to look elsewhere for my video production needs.

But then along came OpenShot 2.3. And—holy guacamole, Batman—if it isn’t absolutely amazing.

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From: Network World