Future of Video Editing
Only some years back the preferred medium of distributing and sharing video was through optical discs like DVD or CD. With faster Internet speeds, online video sharing has become the norm. Also viewing and sharing video through mobile devices is gaining popularity.
Today, you could edit your video online or via your mobile device without having to rely on traditional video editing programs.
Examples of sites that allow you to edit video online are Cuts, Eyespot, Jumpcut, Motionbox and One True Media. Then there’s Movie Masher which allows you to trim, composite, add effects, transitions and titles to your video online. All you have to do in most instances is get yourself registered and you’re ready to go.
Mobile devices like iPhone have the ability to edit video and upload to video file sharing sites like YouTube.
Muvee Technologies, well-known for developing Muvee AutoProducer, has come with an application called Movie Director for certain Nokia mobile phone models. The application has the ability to edit video clips and add visual effects and titles within minutes.
In the years to come, such alternatives to traditional video editing is only going to become popular and with popularity improvement and refinement in video editing technology is set to follow.