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Due to the the COVID-19 Outbreak, all in-person Makerspace Events, Workshops, and Appointments have been canceled. But we are working hard to put our workshops online. Checkout out Makerspace Updates for our latest online workshop.
OpenShot is a free, open source, video editing program for Windows, macOS, and Linux. This software is great for editing and arranging large projects, applying title cards, and chroma key (green screen) replacement.
You can download OpenShot from https://www.openshot.org/. Launch the installer and follow the directions.
OpenShot comes with some title cards, but if you'd like to design your own you'll need to install Inkscape, a free, open source program for editing vector graphics. You can download Inkscape from https://inkscape.org/.
OpenShot can insert 3D transitions, but to do this you'll need Blender, a free, open source program for creating animation. You can download Blender from https://www.blender.org/.
Video and Audio Recording
Due to the the COVID-19 Outbreak, all in-person Makerspace Events, Workshops, and Appointments have been cancelled. The LSC-North Harris Library Makerspace remains closed.
Click here to learn more about how Lone Star College is responding to the COVID-19 Outbreak, answers to Frequently Asked Questions and what precautions you can take.