Yahoo! killing Jumpcut Video Service in June

Jumpcut allowed users to share videos and photos, creating essentially a library of “stock” clips and images that any user could include in his/her own videos. It also offered online video creation and editing tools. After disabling new uploads in December, Yahoo will formally kill off Jumpcut in June, reports TechCrunch.

Jumpcut allowed users to share videos and photos, creating essentially a library of “stock” clips and images that any user could include in his/her own videos. It also offered online video creation and editing tools. After disabling new uploads in December, Yahoo will formally kill off Jumpcut in June, reports TechCrunch.