Manual Reference Pages - OPENSHOT (1)
openshot - Non-Linear Video Editor
openshot [--version] [filename1 [filename2]] ...
OpenShot Video Editor is a program designed to create videos on
Linux. It can easily combine multiple video clips, audio clips,
and images into a single project, and then export the video into
many common video formats.
OpenShot is a non-linear video editor, which means any frame of
video can be accessed at any time, and thus the video clips can
be layered, mixed, and arranged in very creative ways. All
video clip edits (trimming, cutting, etc...) are non-destructive,
meaning that the original video clips are never modified.
You can use OpenShot to create photo slide shows, edit home videos,
create television commercials and on-line films, or anything else
you can dream up.
This folder stores temporary thumbnails, mlt xml files, preferences
used by OpenShot, and a pid.lock file.
Jonathan Thomas, Andy Finch, Olivier Girard, Helen McCall, TJ
|Linux ||OPENSHOT (1) ||SEPT 2010 |
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