The collaborative online editor releases another batch of updates, improving its Ken Burns effect and adding several free tools.
The popular collaborative online video editor has added even more new tools and features to make editing and team projects less of a chore.
Android owners can edit and distribute videos from their phones, while iOS owners can perform rough cuts and upload clips.
While putting your videos and tools online might sound strange, cloud video editing holds several advantages.
Curious about WeVideo’s browser-based collaborative editing software? Check out this video to see it first-hand.
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