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OPENSHOT(1)			 User Manuals			   OPENSHOT(1)

NAME
       openshot	- Non-Linear Video Editor

SYNOPSIS
       openshot	[--version] [filename1 [filename2]] ...

DESCRIPTION
       OpenShot	 Video Editor is a program designed to create videos on	Linux.
       It can easily combine multiple video clips,  audio  clips,  and	images
       into a single project, and then export the video	into many common video
       formats.

       OpenShot	is a non-linear	video editor, which means any frame  of	 video
       can  be	accessed at any	time, and thus the video clips can be layered,
       mixed, and arranged in very creative ways.  All video clip edits	(trim-
       ming,  cutting,	etc...)	are non-destructive, meaning that the original
       video clips are never modified.

       You can use OpenShot to create photo slide  shows,  edit	 home  videos,
       create  television  commercials and on-line films, or anything else you
       can dream up.

       More information
	       Project Website:	http://www.OpenShotVideo.com
	       User Website: http://www.OpenShotUsers.com

FILES
       /home/your_user/.openshot/
	      This folder stores temporary thumbnails, mlt xml files,  prefer-
	      ences used by OpenShot, and a pid.lock file.

AUTHORS
       Jonathan	Thomas,	Andy Finch, Olivier Girard, Helen McCall, TJ

Linux				   SEPT	2010			   OPENSHOT(1)

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