Either I am blind or Qik is the only app on Android that can edit video. I have nothing against Qik, I just want a video editing app on my Android phone. The iPhone ships with a robust video editor and Apple just released iMovie for the iPhone. In the Apple App Store you can find alternate videos like ReelDirector $3.99 or Video Slicer $2.99. Is the lack of a good video editor showing an issue with Android’s SDK or is this just a lack of developer effort?
Here is the Problem
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YouTube introduced video editor which allows users to edit their video contents online without the help of any third party application.
According to YouTube this online YouTube editor helps users to:
Combine multiple videos uploaded to create a new longer video
Trim the beginning and/or ending of videos
Add soundtracks from our AudioSwap library of tens of thousands of songs
Create new videos without worrying about file formats and publish them to YouTube with one click — no upload necessary
Watch out the YouTube online editor introductory video below.