video editing application is non-linear gradually evolving, and its leaders have announced the availability of OpenShot 1.4.1 , a version that was supposed to be mostly aimed at correcting problems, but that comes with small developments.
OpenShot 1.4.1 includes among other things support for Blender 2.6.x , and has new presets for animations, as well as new aid for publishers.
For example, there is a new 3D animation to create 3D titles, but only in wireframe mode , while we have new titles (gold), new effects (fisheye), an improved manual, more accuracy and better user interface for the arrangement of the different windows.
Ubuntu installation is simple thanks to the PPA available , as indicated in WebUpd8:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa: openshot.developers / ppasudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install OpenShot frei0r-plugins
If you also want to use
animated 3D titles, will need to install Blender , which you can easily do in Ubuntu 11.10:
sudo apt-get install blender
for earlier versions of Ubuntu you have to make use of newer to these old editions of Ubuntu through a PPA which resolves the problem:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa: cheleb / blender-svnsudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install blender
other Linux distributions, you can go to the download page OpenShot project, which is still evolving and little by little is becoming a decent option for these tasks.
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