One of the things we are most passionate about Linux users is that we have one at our disposal great list of free software of all various categories and utilities.
In today’s article, I’m going to introduce you to a totally free video editing program available directly from Ubuntu repositories; OpenShot it is the name that will be engraved in his memory.
In operating systems such as WindowsIf you want a good video editor, you either have to pay for it, or you have to download a program cracked and hackedBut in Linux, we don’t know the word “Piracy”Since we have everything we need for free and free of licenses.
This is the case of OpenShot, A fantastic video editor which puts at our disposal all the power necessary to make creations of a professional nature.
To install it we just have to open a new terminal and type sudo apt-get install OpenShot:
we will place ours password and we will confirm the download of files by typing the letter S:
After the installation we can find the program in the menu of Ubuntu, In the section of Sound and video.
Main features of OpenShot
Her easy and intuitive handling is the best feature of the program, in just a few minutes you will have taken the control of the application.
Just select the image or video i drag it to the timeline it will be available for editing and manipulation, in which we can remove or adjust the volume of the audio, add transitions and video and audio effects, all as if we were true professionals in the editing and manipulation of videos and images.
Once our project is finished and displayed on the screen preview from the application to check that everything is as it should be, we will have the option to save the project in a format compatible with OpenShot, In video format, or even in xml.
Definitely a video editing program, though totally free, Has nothing to envy to other programs similar and paid.
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