Thursday, May 03, 2007

Article: 5 Free Online Video Editing Sites Reviewed at ExtremeTech

ExtremeTech reports: "Some people would be surprised that you can edit photos online without locally installed software, but surely video editing is too resource-intensive to be done over the web, right? Wrong! We review five online services that let you do things like scene transitions, cuts, splices, loops, audio overlays—and they're all free."

I thought this was an interesting article about a new type of service that is available on the Internet. Manipulating video using just your browser without locally installing software on your computer seems pretty impressive. The computing resources (i.e.: CPU, RAM, storage, and now add network bandwidth) required for editing video are really intensive.

Although the best news of all is that these services are FREE. Read the article for more information.

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