Shotcut Review: A Free Video Editor You Should Try in 2020

Shotcut is a free open source cross-platform video editor. It supports hundreds of audio and video formats, as well as codecs, and the video can be edited with Shotcut directly without importing. Shotcut has a smooth and intuitive interface to help users better edit video and audio.

Features of Shotcut

1.Support multiple picture formats, including PNG,SVG, BMP,GIF,JPEG,,TGA,TIFF,WebP.

2. Audio function: Loudness, peak meter, waveform, spectrum analyzer, volume control, stereo, mono and 5.1 surround sound.

3. Video effects: video composition across video tracks, HTML5 (no audio and video) as video source and filter, three-way (shadow, midrange, highlight) color wheel for color correction and grading, de-interlacing, automatic rotation.

4. Editing function: Trim the source clip player or timeline with ripple options, easy-to-use cut, copy and paste operations, append, insert, overwrite, boost and ripple delete editing on the timeline, three points editing.

5. Cross platform and codec independent. Cross-platform support: applicable to Windows, Linux and macOS), independent of codec and therefore not dependent on system codec, can be run as a portable application from an external drive.

6. Display and monitoring. External monitoring via Blackmagic Decklink card on NTSC monitor, additional system display / external monitoring on monitor, UI theme / skin: native operating system appearance and custom dark and light

7. Hardware support. Blackmagic Design SDI and HDMI for input and preview monitoring, Leap Motion for slow forward / fast control.

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Shotcut review from Experts

The picture below is the summary about Shotcut’s evaluation from four experts in different website.

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