Video editing startup Magisto has closed a new $13 million round of funding that includes a pair of somewhat unlikely investors from the hardware technology world.
Magisto, an automatic video editing service, just reached a record 10 million users, up from 3 million just six months ago, the startup revealed to VentureBeat.
Just ahead of Google I/O, “magic” movie editing application Magisto has announced it is one of the first apps to launch on Google Chrome’s packaged app platform.
Automated video-editing app Magisto now lets you add photos in with short clips so users can create better short movies to share with families.
Automated video editing application Magisto has updated its feature set to add group albums that can be accessed by many people and smarter editing of your personal moments.
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If editing a video on your iPhone is too arduous with Apple’s iMovie (you know who you are), then Givit wants to be your video-editing app of choice.
Magisto’s app automates the video editing process, making it possible for people to upload video clips and let the service do the work of cutting the video.
WeVideo, a cloud-based collaborative video editor, just raised $19.1 million in its first round of funding. The service lets you edit videos in a browser, instead of using pricey software like Final Cut Pro.
Mobile video editing company HighlightCam received $2.8 million in funding led by Quest Venture Partners, according to a Form D filed with the SEC today.
Cloud video editing startup WeVideo has announced it will launch its premium and commercial packages on Thursday, which add in HD video editing and more storage.
Cloud video editing startup WeVideo has announced that its service will be accessible through YouTube starting today, a move that will give YouTube’s astounding amount of users much better video editing tools free of charge.
That was fast. Only a day after automated video editing service Magisto announced it had received $5.5 million in second-round funding, YouTube has integrated the service into its offerings. YouTube took the opportunity to announce that it has removed the 15-minute limit from verified user videos and added a 2D-to-3D beta tool.
YouTube is rolling out new video editing features for users uploading videos to the site, the company announced Wednesday.
Apple’s Final Cut Pro X, the latest update to its popular professional video editing software, is available for download today from the Mac App Store after first being announced in April. The software retails for $299.99.
Google on Thursday announced it was introducing Creative Commons licenses for YouTube. The new feature will give users a large selection of video clips from all types of subject areas that they can then share, edit, and remix.
Apple has finally announced the next generation of its professional video editing software, Final Cut Pro X, which can take advantage of powerful new hardware and hefty amounts of memory thanks to 64-bit support.