Cool cus­tomi­sa­tion

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As we men­tioned in the main re­view, it’s pos­si­ble to ex­pand on OpenShot’s se­lec­tion of cus­tom tran­si­tions, masks and ti­tles by cre­at­ing your own. To cre­ate a cus­tom ti­tle back­ground you should save an SVG file to ~/.open­shot_qt/ti­tles/ and it should ap­pear as an op­tion the next time you restart the ap­pli­ca­tion. Sim­ply add the over­lay text as part of the tem­plate. You can also click and drag an SVG file into the project files pane and use the op­tions in the right-click menu to achieve much the same thing. For a cus­tom tran­si­tion or mask, sim­ply cre­ate a greyscale SVG with the de­sired sape and save it to the ~/.open­shot_qt/tran­si­tions/ folder. You can also change the way videos are out­put with a cus­tom pro­file. You should use the tem­plate file from, and once you’ve made the nec­es­sary ed­its, save it to ~/.open­shot_qt/pro­files/.

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