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How to Install OpenShot Video Editor on Linux ?

OpenShot is a cross-platform video editor, with support for Linux, Mac, and Windows. Some of the features of openshot video editor are as below,

  • Trim & Slice – Quickly trims down videos, and find those perfect moments. OpenShot has many easy ways to cut the video.
  • Animation & Keyframes – Using powerful animation framework, we can fade, slide, bounce, and animate anything in the video project.
  • Unlimited Tracks – Add as many layers as we need for watermarks, background videos, audio tracks, and more.
  • Video Effects – Using video effects engine, remove the background from your video, invert the colors, adjust brightness, and more.
  • Audio Waveforms – Visualize audio files as waveforms, and even output the waveforms as part of the video.
  • Title Editor – Adding titles to the video has never been easier. Use templates, or make own.
  • 3D Animations – Render beautiful 3D animated titles and effects, such as snow, lens flares, or flying text.
  • Slow Motion & Time Effects – Control the power of time, reversing, slowing down, and speeding up video. Use a preset or animate the playback speed and direction.
  • Edit Video – Drag and drop video, audio, or images from the file manager into OpenShot.

It’s that easy to get started video editing. So, what we are waiting for…. lets get it installed.

In Linux, we can install the OpenShot Video Editor as,

$ sudo apt install -y openshot-qt

once, installation is successful, we can start the application from command line as,

$ openshot-qt

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