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MixBit - create videos together

MixBit - create videos together | Into the Driver's Seat |

Record, edit and publish videos right from your mobile device. We provide powerful yet simple editing tools like rearranging and trimming clips — everything you need for that perfect video.

MixBit is brought to you by Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, the co-founders of YouTube. We created YouTube to give you a way to share videos, and now we want to help you create videos, together.

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Lara N. Madden's curator insight, October 24, 2013 1:43 PM

We were just talking about an app like this... @uaaftc #iteachak

Mary Cunningham's curator insight, October 27, 2013 10:11 PM

Create and collaborate on videos up to an hour long ...

gustavo salazar's curator insight, November 6, 2013 9:51 AM

excelente aplicación

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YouTube's Founders Challenge Vine and Instagram with New Video App | NY Times

YouTube's Founders Challenge Vine and Instagram with New Video App | NY Times | Into the Driver's Seat |

by Vindu Goel


"Chad Hurley and Steve Chen are back with MixBit, a new mobile app that they hope will make it easier to shoot, edit and remix videos on the go.


"On the surface, MixBit resembles two other leading video apps, Twitter’s Vine and Facebook’s Instagram. As with those apps, users press and hold the screen of their smartphone to record video. Instagram users can capture up to 15 seconds of video, a bit longer than Vine’s six-second maximum. MixBit allows 16 seconds.


"But as the name suggests, MixBit is all about mixing and editing video. Both the app and a related Web site,, are aimed at making it easy to clip and stitch together snippets of video. Simple tools built into the app allow users to edit each 16-second clip and combine up to 256 clips into an hourlong video. The final product can then be shared on Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus or the MixBit Web site."

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