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For anyone wondering what is next for OpenShot Video Editor, here is a post just for you! After the successful launch of version 1.0, we did not waist any time coming up with a plan for our next version.

Version 1.1 is focused primarily on stability and speed. So far we have improved our speed for previewing edits on the timeline over 1300%!

Here are a few things to look forward to in version 1.1:

  • Speed Improvements

  • Undo / Redo (with History panel):

  • Improved Export Screen (now aware of installed codecs)

  • Multiple copies of effects can be added to clips:

  • Dynamic tiling of overlapping clips (Brady Bunch style):

  • Improved Title System

  • Improved Timeline Seeking (more accurate)
We are about 90% completed with version 1.1 so far. We will soon start translating the new English phrases, and updating the help manual. I would like to thank all of the contributors who are working with me on version 1.1!

Our goal is to be the easiest to use video editor on Linux, without sacrificing flexibility and power. While this can be a difficult line to walk, I really think we are on our way to achieving that goal. I hope everyone is as excited as we are about version 1.1, so stay tuned!