It is fairly full featured considering it is free. So I just thought I would post a quick video on it, showing you how easy it is to use.
The video below was shot on my ancient BLU Studio Energy 2 phone, which is my camera of choice and was done at 1080p. The only thing I had to really do to edit the final video was to add a transition, because the phone decided to quit recording and also a little overlay at the end asking folks to like and subscribe.
This is by no means a full tutorial, because the software has some great help pages on their website at openshot.org.
This video was edited on the Zotac in OpenShot as I wrote this post at the same time! Yeah, if you are using it on a tablet with an Atom X5-Z8300 or Z8350, you will simply have to wait for it to finish. 4 GB RAM just isn’t enough, but if you have 6-8+ GB RAM and an Apollo Lake or even a Celeron N3150 like me, this thing works great!
I do also mention the Android app I use to stitch multiple videos together seamlessly and that app is called AndoVidPro. It is inexpensive and will run just fine on older hardware like mine. So if you have a newer Android smartphone, it will be super fast fast and reliable!
That is all I have for this evening,
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