Submit portable freeware that you find here. It helps if you include information like description, extraction instruction, Unicode support, whether it writes to the registry, and so on.
Shoot! A clarification of my previous post is in order here : what I wrote applies to the so called "portable" packages downloadable from Shotcut's homepage, not to those same packages being run with the '--noupgrade --appdata [path]' detailed by gbrao two posts prior...
No worries. OpenShot is one of the few programs where I've actually talked to the dev in real life about portability so I'm glad to hear it's working ok.
Version 18.03 released.
Added a Sketch filter.
Added numeric fields to the Color Grading filter.
Added All option to Properties > Audio > Track.
Added Estonian translation.
Improved image loading speed on Windows.
Improved mouse-wheel & trackpad scrolling in Timeline.
Improved support for JACK Audio (Linux and macOS only).
Upgraded FFmpeg to version 3.4 and latest vpx for much faster VP9 encoding.
Upgrade MLT to v6.6.0.
Upgraded SDL to version 2.0.
Version 18.05 is now available
5.1 Surround Sound
Added Finnish translation.
Restored GIF Animation for Export.
Reduced memory footprint (especially for the Rotate and Size and Position filters).
Changed default Export settings to reduce output size by increasing GOP and number of B frames.
The program came up on Techradar's video editor best-of:
https://www.techradar.com/news/software ... or-1330136There's no getting away from the fact that Shotcut has a steep learning curve. It's possible to achieve some impressive results by simply applying one of its many filters to your video, but the real rewards will only be reaped by those willing to invest the time and energy in fully getting to grips with what's on offer.