What you need: Windows 7, 8.1, 10 or 11, macOS or Linux. Read our OpenShot Video Editor 3.0 Review.
Offering plenty of powerful features in a simple interface, OpenShot is one of our favourite free video editors, and version 3.0 applies more than 1,000 improvements and fixes. Most of these are ‘under the bonnet’ tweaks
that enhance the program’s performance to make it more stable, use less memory and play videos more smoothly. However, there are also some notable new features, including the ability to export multiple clips and entire videos at the same time. To do this, press Ctrl while selecting the video files, then click the File menu and choose Export Video in the Export Project side menu (see screenshot). Improvements have also been made to OpenShot’s all-important timeline, allowing you to more easily ‘snap’ (align) clips and apply effects to the audio track. The developer says the software now supports much longer videos, which is useful for editing footage captured by a security camera.