Install OpenShot on Ubuntu
This post helps to install OpenShot on Ubuntu. OpenShot is a popular video editor available in Linux, MAC and Windows platform.Here I am explaining the installation of OpenShot on Ubuntu.
The project files are also cross-platform, which means you can save a video project on one operating system and open it on another. It is suitable for domestic and not so good for professional work, although it has several interesting functions, such as integration with Blender and Inkscape.
OpenShot officially distributed in two ways: through PPA for Ubuntu and through AppImage which is a format that runs on any Linux distribution. Also, it can be installed using Flatpak.
Installation using Official PPA:
Please run the following commands to add OpenShot stable PPA and install the app.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:openshot.developers/ppa sudo apt update sudo apt install openshot-qt
Uninstall OpenShot Video Editor (Optional):
sudo apt remove openshot-qt sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:openshot.developers/ppa
Daily PPA is also available. But, please keep in mind that it is highly experimental and unstable.
Installation using Official AppImage:
You can use OpenShot application using an official AppImage. You can use it on any Linux distributions. You just need to download the AppImage, give the permission to run and then double-click on it to open the app! You can see the latest version of OpenShot AppImage from Github Release Page.
Download Linux 64-bit AppImage
Install OpenShot Video Editor using Flatpak
Flatpak is a “Universal Installer” for Linux like snap and AppImage. Please note that you need to Enable Flatpak Support on your system before proceeding with the installation.
If the Flatpak support is enabled, run the following commands to install OpenShot Video Editor:
sudo flatpak install https://flathub.org/repo/appstream/org.openshot.OpenShot.flatpakref
To update the program:
sudo flatpak update org.openshot.OpenShot
To uninstall OpenShot Video Editor:
sudo flatpak uninstall org.openshot.OpenShot
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