OpenShot Video Editor
von OpenShot Studios4/5 27 Bewertungen
Durchschnittliche Bewertung27 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4/5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.2/5
- Kundenservice 4/5
- Funktionen 3.8/5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.6/5
- Kostenlose Version Nein
- Gratis Testen Nein
Installiert - Mac
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Installiert - Windows
Angaben zum Hersteller
- OpenShot Studios
Über OpenShot Video Editor
Schneide und animiere deine Videoobjekte mit einer Open-Source-Videobearbeitungslösung für Linux, Mac und Windows.
OpenShot Video Editor Funktionen
- Teilen / Verschmelzen
- Teilen in sozialen Medien
- Unterstützt HD-Auflösung
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für OpenShot Video Editor
Bewertet am 4.12.2019
The Application for Beginners
Kommentare: i usually record my trips and sport events, now with this tool i have a better product.
Vorteile: i have ZERO previous experiencie with video editors, using this tool i feel like a master! now i feel proud of my skills
Nachteile: should has any kind of material, maybe some videos or documents so wen can expand our knowledge in the tool.
Bewertet am 9.4.2018
Very video editor that doesn't cost an arm and a leg
Kommentare: I use to use Openshot to edit my drone footage, and I still do from time to time. I have never had any issues with it, and it has always done the job excellently.
Vorteile: Openshot is a free and open source software. It is maintained by a community of programmers that are very helpful in keeping it working and up to date. It has a wide range of transitions, and even has an add on for Firefox.
Nachteile: As with a lot of open source software Openshot can be buggy at times, and occasionally some of the features do not work as well as they do in paid software, but if you do run into any issues, there is a huge community of users to assist you with any issues.
Bewertet am 6.11.2019
A useful tool for linux
Kommentare: It's free and it provides basic useful functions to simple edit your videos, but don't push your requests too far...
Vorteile: This software is free and is available for linux. You can learn quickly how to use it, as it's very intuitive. There are basic functions that let you edit your videos, merge, cut, and many other available operations
Beware, use only with short videos!
Every time I use this software with long videos (in my experience 5+ minutes) get ready for a frustrating experience with the timeline... it seems that the displayed time doesn't always correspond to the same frame...
Bewertet am 23.7.2019
Free Open-Source Video Editor thats pretty good
Kommentare: its been nice. Trying to dive in head first without tutorials or learning any tips and tricks was difficult. It's not as intuitive as many editors are but its a free open source software so...it is what it is.
Vorteile: For someone who doesn't have an unending flow of cash. A free reliable video editor is a tough thing to find. Couple that with the fact that its open source, and ever improving. OpenShot is a great option for those on a strict budget. Other than the fact that its free, it does most everything you'd expect out of a video editor. Also with online tutorials, learning is easy and free as well!
Nachteile: obviously not as comprehensive as say Adobe Premiere. But unless you have an extra arm and a leg, that can break the bank easily. Especially with the way children these days are mesmerized by the thought of being a YouTuber, if you're a parent, OpenShot is a great alternative. Not as intuitive either...big turn off for video editing.
Bewertet am 15.4.2018
Good free video editor
Kommentare: I can create videos in several different formats with very complex and intense audio added in. Openshot is perfect for a Youtuber on a budget.
Vorteile: While Openshot is a good video editor in general my favorite feature is its powerful audio editing. When I need to create a video with an intense soundtrack Openshot is my go to editor.
Nachteile: While Openshot is a good editor it has a tendency to lag and can even get so bad while lagging that it will freeze and crash. This has cause me to move to other video editors, but I still use Openshot for the audio editor.