While it has some work to do in terms of stability
Your experience has clearly been very different to mine. I haven't tried 1.3 yet, but one of the reasons I've been doing all of my video editing with earlier versions of OpenShot is that it's been rock solid stable, unlike pretty much all of the alternatives I've tried. Most of the work I do involves typically 30+ clips interspersed with still images and overlaid with captions, and I've yet to have it crash on me once (unlike pitivi, lives, kdenlive etc). The interface is easy to use, and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it as my first choice to anyone wanting a free software video editor.
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