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OpenShot 2.4.4 Released | Keyframe Scaling, Docking, and More!

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I am proud to announce the immediate release of OpenShot 2.4.4, the absolute best version yet! This is going to be a long post, but here is a quick summary for those who are short on time. This release brings huge performance and stability improvements, along with some major bug fixes, lots of polish, and many new features.

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Also: OpenShot 2.4.4 Released With Better SVG Rendering, Preview Performance

Joey Sneddon on OpenShot’s release

  • OpenShot’s Latest Release is Billed as the ‘Best Version Yet’ – But is it?

    An all-new version of OpenShot, a free video editor for Linux, macOS and Windows desktops, is now available to download.

    OpenShot 2.4.4 is pitched as “the best version yet” with “huge performance and stability improvements” in tow — but does it live up to the hype?

    Read on for more details on what’s new and improved in OpenShot 2.4.4.

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