Online video-editing startup making a big splash

WeVideo, a startup online video-editing service, started out its life as an educational tool for European school children. It has bigger aspirations now: "Our ultimate goal is to become the most widely used video-editing platform in the world," said chief executive Jostein Svendsen. The company's online service is as full-featured and powerful as some desktop software and can be had cheap... from free to $60 a month depending on how much you use the service. The cloud service allows users to collaborate on projects, includes a social aspect and will eventually be available to mobile users, too. The real gem? It's simple to use. Article

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