Subject: Systems | March 29, 2018 - 01:44 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: amd, video editor, 1950x
Here is a bit of a feel good movie from The Tech Report, who were nice enough to reach out to AMD, ASUS and several other companies to donate parts to create a brand new video editing machine for a friend of the site. The system build is more than impressive, a ThreadRipper 1950X on a Gigabyte Designaire EX with a Vega 56 Nitro + and a host of other components. Check out the reaction from Stephen, who has been using a Mac Pro which is now almost eight years old in their video reveal and build.
"A good friend of mine, Stephen Georg, recently came to me with a problem. Our mutual friend Dan Settembrini is a video editor by trade, and he helps Stephen create videos for his YouTube channels. Problem is, Dan's editing rig is a mid-2010 Mac Pro. We surprised Dan with a new video-editing PC for the ages with a little help from TR's friends."
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
- MSI WT73VR 7RM Mobile Workstation @ Kitguru
- Guru3D PC Buyers Guide Spring Edition 2018
- Briony Builds a Gaming PC! @ Kitguru
- Corsair One ELITE @ Kitguru
- Asrock DeskMini Z370 GTX 1060 @ TechSpot
- MSI Vortex G25 @ Kitguru
Subject: Mobile | April 12, 2013 - 12:58 PM | Tim Verry
Tagged: wevideo, video editor, Android
An online video editing company called WeVideo recently added an Android app to its services. The new WeVideo Android application allows users to capture, edit, and share videos taken by a number of Android 4.2 smartphones and tablets.
Video that has been captured by your phone can be edited, trimmed, stylized, saved to the phone, and published to Youtube, Vimeo, and the company’s own WeVideo site. The video editor also syncs with the WeVideo browser editor and will allow you to capture video on your phone and then edit it on other computers in the online editor. Once published, the app also gives you the option to post a link to Facebook and Twitter that leads to the video.
You can select multiple clips and arrange them on a timeline. The clips can be trimmed and volume can be adjusted. Once on the timeline, you can apply automated styles that include background music, transitions, filters, titles, and effects.
According to WeVideo, the Android video editor is compatible with the following devices:
- Samsung Galaxy S4 (upcoming phone)
- HTC One (upcoming phone)
- Samsung Galaxy S III
- Samsung Galaxy Note
- Samsung Galaxy Note II
- Google Nexus
- Motorola DROID RAZR MAXX HD
- HTC Droid DN
- Sony Xperia S
- Sony Xperia Z
The app is a free download from the Google Play store (which recently got a facelift).
You can grab it here.
Overall, it seems to have good reviews, but it does have its share of 1-star reviews as well (as pretty much every app does heh). If you have been looking for an Android-equivalent to iMovie this might be a good option -- especially since it’s free.