The Google Docs of Video Editing

Tired of all the ranting about Final Cut X? Not sure if you want to drop cash on Adobe or Avid? Enter Novacut, claiming to be the “world’s first collaborative video editor” (not sure what that means, all NLE’s are designed to be collaborative as far as we know… maybe not FCP X).

From their kickstarter page:

The past year we’ve built the foundations for a video editor that will allow you to do real-time collaborative editing with other artists, even if they’re across the world.

…Open source editing in the cloud sounds interesting if they can deliver.

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For $300 (The price of FCPX) you can become one of their beta testers. If you decide to do it, let us know how it goes.

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