YouTube is mixing it up

All things video could get even more interesting very, very quickly! YouTube has officially released remixer, allowing users to mash it up in-house! Here is the blurb on their site:

Sometimes, instant gratification video is just the thing you need.

If you’ve ever uploaded from your cell phone, wished for an easy way to add titles and transitions, or just wanted to remix your own videos, Remixer is a great place to play. It lets you assemble your new video in an easy drag-and-drop timeline, and then publish it right back to YouTube. Your original videos will stay exactly the same.

Read more details about the new service here via TechCrunch.

YouTube Remixer

P.S. -is this YouTube’s way of saying happy Father’s day? I know at least one other father I work with who will be all fired up!

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6 Responses to YouTube is mixing it up

  1. Andy Rush says:

    Forget “Reverend”, you new nickname is “Scoop!” Seriously, I wonder what took YouTube so long, and as I reviewed them in the past, the Adobe editor needs work.

  2. jimgroom says:

    You’ll find solace in the fact that I was thinking about you as I scooped. Weekends are not for play Andy! Also, I could care less about the sophistication of the video editors, they will come of age in time. More importantly, the notion that a service with literally millions of hardcore video users is going to enable them to editor their videos for free is nothing short of astounding. TechCrunch had the same ho-hum reaction noting that PhotoBucket has this feature. But, pray tell, who the hell uses Photobucket besides Michael Gorman? More seriously, does photobucket have anything like the content that YouTube offers? When is the last time you bookmarked Photobucket mashup? The amazing part of this has nothing to do with the particulars of the editor, but simply that online, drag and drop video editing (however crude) has arrived for an entire population (dare I say generation?) of amateur videographers. This is nothing short of monumental in my mind, and ratchets up the unbelievable importance of vapers in higher education to yet another level.

  3. Gardner says:

    Father number three, interested and ready to mash.

  4. Andy Rush says:

    OK. Forget what I said about “Scoop”. You are a true evangelist, Reverend!

  5. jimgroom says:

    I do nothing but in care of thee, Miranda Andy.

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