1. Screencast of OpenShot Chroma-Key Effect


    from Jonathan Thomas / Added

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    Watch and Learn! I demonstrate how to use OpenShot with the Chroma-Key (i.e. blue screen) effect. I also demonstrate two new features, our static timeline (i.e. scrolling the timeline vertical does not scroll the timeline ruler), and our simple export options. To view the demo video that I created during this screencast, use this link: http://vimeo.com/6893486. OpenShot Video Editor is a Linux video editor with a focus on being simple, stable, and powerful. Follow our story on the official blog: http://www.openshotvideo.com. I used OpenShot (version 0.9.43) and gtk-recordMyDesktop to create this screencast. If you create your own screencast of OpenShot, please let me know and I'll add it to the website.

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    • My Compiz/Ubuntu Desktop


      from Dana Ross / Added

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      This was captured and rendered with Kdenlive in Ubuntu Linux. Not bad. I think this is the best video editor for Linux.

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