A new web experience by Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer team with social vdeo editing start-up, Vyclone launched today dubbed as “Vyclone web editor,” lets users edit and share crowd sourced video to the web using just a browser and HTML5.
“It’s built for touch, allowing users to explore social video editing as naturally as they would on mobile phone, but with a modern browser like Internet Explorer 10,” the team stated.
“The process is simple–once video is recorded from an individual’s phone, it can be shared to the cloud, where it’s available to everyone else who was at that event. (Users can also make video footage private as well.) Here’s where it gets really fun–once the video is uploaded, users can remix their content, using all of the footage uploaded by other users at the concert,” the IE team explained.
“With Vyclone, users can access everyone else’s video to make their own director’s cut from the best views at the concert – instead of one point of view, videos can showcase the same event from multiple points of view,” the team added.
Check it out here.
In other Microsoft news, the company is phased out its WebSiteSpark Web developer program on March 12, according Microsoft’s WebSiteSpark site (via) reading to following message:
“Thank you for your interest in the WebsiteSpark program. Based on the changing needs of web developers, Microsoft has created new offers at no cost to help Web Pros like you continue to create rich interactive web applications. These resources are designed to help you design, develop, publish, and deploy world class websites.
“Since Microsoft is making these powerful new resources available to you without cost, the WebsiteSpark program will no longer be accepting new membership applications.
“To learn more about the many resources available to you, please visit www.microsoft.com/web.”