The original founders of YouTube, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen have just launched a new social video clip service, MixBit, which allows users to record and edit their videos and then share with other users of the service.
There is no need to think Instagram of Vine just now, as there is a key differentiator to the app that allows users to make a sixteen second video clip, which is the fact that the users can remix and ad to the videos that are made by the app’s other users, as well.
This is the end of the similarities between MixBit and the other video apps. With the app users are able to past up to 256 clips in order to make a video that lasts up to one hour.
Another notable difference is the fact that MixBit lets filmmakers use other clips in their video, which means that a video is able to be created without ever filming any footage.
Hurley and Chen stated that making videos is a passion they have always had, with YouTube users can share and now this app provides users the ability to make awesome films.
Creating a video with MixBit is simple, users can drag or drop their clips and rearrange, delete or cut the segments.
MixBit is available through iOS and an Android version is expected soon.
The MixBit app is the first one released by the Avos Systems.
The company stated that they are working to find new ways to express an collaborate with videos and photos, which includes the removal of social and technical barriers that prevent users from making good quality content and working with others online to perfect it.
The also stated that they want to make it easy for users to tell a story and others to share it.