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We designed OpenShot Video Editor to be an easy to use, quick to learn, and surprisingly powerful video editor. Take a quick look at some of our most popular features and capabilities.
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Trim & Slice
Quickly trim down your videos, and find those perfect moments. OpenShot has many easy ways to cut your video.
Animation & Keyframes
Using our powerful animation framework, you can fade, slide, bounce, and animate anything in your video project. Outlook for mac identity.
Add as many layers as you need for watermarks, background videos, audio tracks, and more.
Using our video effects engine, remove the background from your video, invert the colors, adjust brightness, and more.
Visualize your audio files as waveforms, and even output the waveforms as part of your video.
Adding titles to your video has never been easier. Use one of our templates, or make your own.
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.
Drag and drop video, audio, or images from your file manager into OpenShot. It's that easy to get started video editing.
OpenShot is available in many different languages, and can be translated online with LaunchPad.
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Emacs 27.1 has a wide variety of new features, including:
- Built-in support for arbitrary-size integers
- Text shaping with HarfBuzz
- Native support for JSON parsing
- Better support for Cairo drawing
- Portable dumping used instead of unexec
- Support for XDG conventions for init files
- Additional early-init initialization file
- Built-in support for tab bar and tab-line
- Support for resizing and rotating of images without ImageMagick
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Emacs 26.3 is a maintenance release.
- New GPG key for GNU ELPA package signature checking.
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- Emacs is now compliant with the latest version 11.0 of the Unicode Standard.
- In Dired, the 'Z' command on a directory name compresses all of its files.
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- Emacs now uses double buffering to reduce flicker on the X Window System
- Flymake has been completely redesigned
- TRAMP has a new connection method for Google Drive
- New single-line horizontal scrolling mode
- A systemd user unit file is provided
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- Experimental support for Cairo drawing.
- Enhanced network security (TLS/SSL certificate validity and the like) via the new Network Security Manager (NSM).
- New minor mode 'electric-quote-mode' for using curved quotes as you type.
- Character folding support in isearch.el.
- New and improved facilities for inserting Unicode characters: C-x 8 now has shorthands for several chars, such as U+2010 (HYPHEN), U+2011 (NON-BREAKING HYPHEN), and U+2012 (FIGURE DASH).
For more information, read the News file.