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WeVideo

To its developers, WeVideo is significantly more than a mere collaborative video editing platform—it is a storytelling movement. Because WeVideo is cloud-based, social video editing is possible on the platform—that is, people joining together on-line to create a video project. Inspired by customer feedback, WeVideo's newest release includes one of the most requested features: Text Customization. Callouts also have been improved, and performance and rendering improvements are making the WeVideo experience smoother and more trouble-free. Exported files now are faster and of higher quality. The Android Video Editor, which WeVideo calls best of breed, now enjoys support for 720p and 1080p exports, Android 4.4 and Emoji symbols. Finally, the WeVideo Academy library of tips and step-by-step video lessons continues to grow, helping users more easily create the stories they want to tell.

http://www.wevideo.com
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