Before I get into the details of this release, I want to thank all of the wonderful people who have contributed to this release: Andy Finch, Olivier Girard, Yann Morere (for the amazing 3D animations), and everyone who contributed ideas, artwork, code, testing, and translations! I am always humbled to work with so many talented volunteers from around the world, so thank you!
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New Features for OpenShot 1.4.3
- Improved Timeline Snapping for Transitions (no more manual adjustment of every transition)
- Improved Drag & Drop features (Vertical Constraints, Improved Gap Removal, New Keyboard Shortcuts, and more)
- New 3D Animations (Realistic Earth, Exploding Text, Dissolving Text, and more)
- 10+ New Effects (Sharpness, Vignette, Lens Correction, and more)
- Apply Effects to Tracks (and Multiple Clips at the same time)
- Adjust Speed of Animated Titles (utilizing time remapping, for interpolated smooth animations)
- New Transitions (6 bars, boxes)
- New Dark Theme
- Improved Translations
- Updated Documentation
- Updated Dependencies (Now requires Blender 2.62+)
- Tons of Bug Fixes (Full List of Bugs & Features)
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So, you are already bored with 1.4.3, and want to know what’s next? Well, here are a few tidbits to keep you well informed on the future of OpenShot. We will likely have 1 additional (possibly 2) releases in the 1.X series, based on the MLT framework, with many big changes coming to our timeline canvas, to make it compatible with GTK3, and also improve it’s usability. Then, if all goes according to plan, we will have our first release of the OpenShot library, our new video editing back-end, and move OpenShot into the 2.X series. Stay tuned!