Pulling Together an Online Video Studio

With Mojiti (out of Beijing!) and Cuts, among others, we’re getting closer and closer to a true online video-editing suite. It can’t come a minute too soon.

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Comments

  1. Stan says:

    The online model of video editing will never materialize as anything more than a fleeting amusement — at least not in the next 10 years. Some things are best done on a client workstation. One of them is dealing with graphics and large files. Even powerful locally run programs for editing graphics and video are unpredictable. No way a remote server and RIA interface could satisfy the complex editing requirements of any serious video publisher.

  2. If I disagreed any more strenuously I’d sprain my neck. Not only will online editing be an effective competitor, it will be create entirely new video editing markets, broadening the business immensely.

  3. If I disagreed any more strenuously I’d sprain my neck. Not only will online editing be an effective competitor, it will be create entirely new video editing markets, broadening the business immensely.

  4. Russ says:

    Hey Paul,
    You might want to checkout this online video/edit site – they could be the next SpotRunner -
    http://www.videoadfactory.com/

  5. worth says:

    Seems like online editing is already being done in the sense that massive server/render farms have been used for quite some time (granted, over intra and not internet); all that’s needed for “true” online editing over the internet is the speed and security of intranet networking.