Monday, January 4, 2016

Shotcut 16.01 Video Editor Released. Ubuntu, Linux Mint.

Shotcut is a simple and user-friendly video editor that offers a series of features and functions to help you adjust and retouch your favorite movies, in just a few clicks of your mouse.


Source Shotcut Homepage.
http://www.shotcut.org/

The application supports various video, audio and even image formats, so you can work with any type of media you want. The 'Multi-format Timeline' enables you to mix and match resolutions as well as framerates throughout an editing project. You can analyze the video frame by frame, allowing you to correct or enhance its every aspect.

Shotcut Changelog.

  • Added Speed parameter to Properties for an audio/video clip.
  • Added Properties views for track and timeline when selected. Click track head to select track; click the timeline’s cornerstone (top left block) to select the timeline.
  • Added Blend mode to track properties (not available in GPU processing mode; only applies when compositing is enabled in the track header).
  • Added Alpha Channel: View video filter.
  • Added Alpha Channel: Adjust video filter.
  • Added Chroma Key: Simple video filter.
  • Added Chroma Key: Advanced video filter.
  • Added Key Spill: Simple video filter.
  • Added Key Spill: Advanced video filter.
  • And, as usual, a bunch of fixes and translation updates.
To install Shotcut just run the following commands via your systems Terminal.

 sudo add-apt-repository ppa:haraldhv/shotcut
 sudo apt-get update
 sudo apt-get install shotcut


That's all Enjoy!



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