OpenShot is one of the best open-source video editors out there. With all the features that it offered – it was already a good video editor on Linux.
Now, with a major update to it (v.2.5.0), OpenShot has added a lot of new improvements and features. And, trust me, it’s not just any regular release – it is a huge release packed with features that you probably wanted for a very long time.
In this article, I will briefly mention the key changes involved in the latest release

OpenShot 2.5.0 Key Features

Here are some of the major new features and improvements in OpenShot 2.5:

Hardware Acceleration Support

The hardware acceleration support is still an experimental addition – however, it is a useful feature to have.
Instead of relying on your CPU to do all the hard work, you can utilize your GPU to encode/decode video data when working with MP4/H.264 video files.
This will affect (or improve) the performance of OpenShot in a meaningful way.
Support Importing/Exporting Files From Final Cut Pro & Premiere

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