Shotcut – Download & Software Review

Shotcut – Download & Software Review

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7/10 (Expert Score)
Product is rated as #171 in category Linux
PROS:
  • Powerful and Intuitive Interface.
  • A large Number of Output Formats Supported.
CONS:
  • No VR 360° or 3D support.

Shotcut is an open-source video editing software which edits video and creates awesome effects. This software is developed by MLT Multimedia Framework. And, the developing of this software started back in 2004. As you know, it is open-source software. So, you will be able to customize the way you want it. Also, this software is available for free. That too, for a lifetime. So, don’t worry about purchasing the software. It is compatible with the various operating system which makes it cross-platform software. Those operating systems are Windows, Linux, Mac OS, and FreeBSD. Along with that, this software also provides support to various video, audio formats and codecs too. While you are editing then, you will get multi-format timelines. It will surely help you getting into minute details of the video. The interface is also pretty good and intuitive. It has various non-dockable and dockable panels of the features.

Also, the interface will include detailed media properties. So, you can get all the details. Then, you will be able to use those features more wisely. You can easily open existing files in your computer by dragging and dropping them into the software. Also, there is a lot of keyword shortcut supported in it. So, you are able to work in a fast manner.

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Shotcut – Download & Software Review
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