YouTube users can now edit and improve their clips using an online tool from Adobe. The tool, called Remixer, is based on Adobe's Premiere product. It allows users to upload video, add clips together, add subtitles, captions and music, and include clip-art. After basic editing the clip can then be published on YouTube. Various …
Fake happy slapping?
"Late last week, YouTube also began offering a version of its site for use on mobile phones. The mobile site is here."
Why can I see Chav's across the UK downloading video pretending it is them?
probably needs to be mixed with valium
I can't imagine someone actually want to use this kind of stuff. Even under LAN conditions i feel like wanting to shoot myself in the foot after only 5 minutes of citrix desktop use.
- and now video editing.. for that to actually to be taken seriously they would need to make sure the whole thing works 100% "rebuffering" free and with no more than let's say 50ms (eg 2 frames) lag. Even on their crappy resolution video i don't think that is going to happen so soon.
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