Who needs a speedy PC when you’ve got Google’s cloud super computers to process your video?!
Video editing in a web browser is one of those things which has always seemed out of the reach of Google’s wannabe laptop, but there are now several options for editing video on a Chromebook. My absoluteis built right into YouTube, so if you’ve got a school Google Apps account chances are you already have free access to it.
The YouTube video editor isn’t anywhere near as sophisticated as Premier Pro or Sony Vegas, so if you’re planning to be the next George Lucas you’ll probably want to look elsewhere, but for the majority of us it does 90% of the stuff you’re ever going to want to do.
The YouTube video editor allows you to cut and crop videos, add transitions, overlay text, and add Creative Commons music and stock movies all from your web browser.
As a lightweight but feature rich video editor YouTube does a really good job and provides your students most of the tools they’ll ever need. Take a look at the video above to find out more.