On Day 2 of the Streaming Media West Conference, I got a chance to check out the brand-new, full-featured online video-editing platform called WeVideo. In short, I was very impressed.
WeVideo is basically a Final Cut Pro clone in the cloud. You don’t have to install or buy anything to use it (the basic free account), and it performs in real time, with very little waiting for rendering.
Obviously, WeVideo’s use of the cloud is a huge convenience that helps free up your hard drive. But more importantly, it enables what is perhaps WeVideo’s biggest selling point: collaboration. Like a marriage between Final Cut Pro and Google Docs, WeVideo makes it possible for teams to remotely hack away at projects and even track changes as they go. From what I’ve seen so far, it works well, and I think it has the potential to be something big.
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