- improved compatibility and stability on Mac and Windows;
- support for image sequences;
- added a new file properties dialog which displays all known audio/video details about a file;
- initial support for opening legacy 1.x OpenShot project files;
- faster timeline performance;
- improved project saving;
- ImageMagic support is now optional;
- various bug fixes.
Check out the complete OpenShot 2.0.7 (beta 4) release announcement, HER.Probably the most exiting news regarding OpenShot 2.0 for Linux is not the latest 2.0.7 release itself, but the addition of universal Linux downloads.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:openshot.developers/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install openshot-qt
To use the OpenShot AppImage in Linux, download it, make it executable (right click the file, select Properties and under "Permissions", check the box next to "Executable"; or via command line: "chmod +x OpenShot-2.0.7.AppImage") and double click it to run OpenShot.OpenShot 2.0 is still in beta so you will encounter bugs! Report them @ GitHub.