This is the main window in OpenShot. Add audio and video files, arrange clips on the timeline, and zoom in and out of the timeline. This window is where all the magic happens!
Adding new files to your OpenShot video project is easy. Just drag and drop audio, video, or image files into your project from your Gnome desktop.
To add awesome video and audio effects to your clips, just switch to the effects tab, and drag the effect onto a clip. It's just that easy!
Choose your project settings on this screen, including the name, length, frames per second, height, width, aspect ratio, and other important settings for your video project.
Each video and audio effect has settings that control its behavior. Using the clip properties window, you can easily change the settings of any effect.
Rotating a video or image clip is easy. Just drag and drop the rotate effect, and then adjust a few settings. You can animate your video spinning around in circles, or just statically rotate your video.
Using the power of Blender (an awesome 3D open-source animation package), OpenShot has a simple 3D animated title screen. Choose a template, change a few settings, and that's it!
Easily add titles and sub-titles with this screen. Choose a template, font, color, and text size, and then click save. Titles and sub-titles can be dropped on the timeline and arranged.
This window is used to control the playback of your video project. Fast forward, rewind, seek to a specific frame, or even jump to a predefined marker.