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Magisto Seems Like A Cool Online Video Editor

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Magisto is a new Animoto-like service that lets you upload several short videos and it then somehow “recognizes” the most important parts and turns it into a magically-produced one minute video. You can read more about it at Go2Web2.0.

It’s still invitation-only, but I got one seconds after I requested one.

I’m adding it to Not The “Best,” But A List… Of Online Video Editors.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. try these two at sarolta.tv
    Simple mode: http://www.sarolta.tv/web/video-editors/video-editor-simple-mode

    Advanced Mode: http://www.sarolta.tv/web/video-editors/video-template

    They are far more powerful than any other on the market. Sarolta.tv was formerly mixandmash.tv

    The site is frequented by a number of students and is part of the curriculum in at least three programs, two of which is in the US.

  2. I tried various editors but found that using many of them was not simple enough. Recently I was talking with a team for a simple video editor. I found that they are building a great editor which is going to be HTML based and very simple for any layman to use. The website they are building for that is http://www.vidility.com. I found that they have started a blog with good information about video editing. It is http://www.vidility.com/blog. I hope you like this too. I am eagerly waiting for them to launch it.

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