Ultra HD technology is more commonly referred to as 4K. While it started out as something seen only in extravagant setups for the financially capable, 4K is finally an industry standard, with more and more consumers requesting not only 4K content but also 4K hardware. All this leads to an infusion of 4K in the tech market that creates a ripple effect in other industries. If you are working photo and video, a 4K editing tool might be something you want to look into.
Although it’s isn’t forced upon you, things might change dramatically over the course of the year to come. If you are looking to prepare yourself for what’s to come, take a look at OpenShot 2.2, a free, open source, Kickstarter-funded project that will definitely offer you what you need.
When it comes to video editing, OpenShot offers an impressive collection of tools and features that allow you to take your video editing to the next level. The best thing about it? Ultra HD support. The fact that you can work with 4K imagery is a tremendous advantage and something many will look for not that far from now.
A lot of changes have been implemented in contrast with OpenShot 2.1. A lot of them having to do with supporting 4K editing and also pushing all the way to 5K for those interested in such capability. Among its improvements, we find a better optimized and upgraded Keyframe structure with CSS syntax as well as 28 presets that let you approach curves with versatility. On top of the features, there are also under the hood improvements that were implemented, such as error fixes and functionality tinkering that enhance the overall user experience.
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