Openshot 1.4.1 released

A new version of Openshot - one of the most popular video editors for Linux - just got released. OpenShot is a free video editor, available as a live CD or DVD, and as in the repository of most popular Linux distros. If you're a Linux user and need a tool to do small-scale video projects, OpenShot is definitely worth a look. This new release of Openshot brings many new features and bug fixes.

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According to the Openshot blog, here are the new things in Openshot 1.4.1:

- New 3D animation (wireframe text)
- New Titles (gold)
- New Effects (fish eye)
- New Animation Presets
- Support for Blender 2.6.X
- Localization fixes (seg faults, audio volume, rotation effect)
- UI bugs (disappearing icons using some GTK themes)
- Improved Help Manual
- Improved Title UI (interactive font list)
- Improved Precision (clip length, default image length)
- Many of bug fixes! (see the list)

If you are using Ubuntu or other Debian based distros, you can look for Openshot in the software center or use the following command to install Openshot via ppa:

 sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jonoomph/openshot-edge  
 sudo apt-get update  
 sudo apt-get install openshot openshot-doc  
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