YouTube has introduced its own video editor, allowing its users to edit videos after uploading them. Right now the features are fairly rudimentary, allowing would-be-Ford Coppolas to cut clips, string clips together, replace the audio with a track from AudioSwap, and put in the usual notes and annotations.
This isn’t the first time YouTube has attempted a foray into video editing, as opposed to just hosting; A few years ago, it released a Flash-based editor that proved to be slow and buggy and was soon brought down.
If you have a YouTube account, you can check out the new interface here.
(via The Next Web.)
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