YouTube has begun offering a Web-based editing tool that is apparently provided by Adobe Systems.
The "remixer," which is branded with an Adobe logo, enables users to create more professional-looking videos by splicing together media such as video clips, photos, music, graphics and other effects, according to information found on the site.
Representatives of YouTube and Adobe could not be reached for comment Saturday morning.
YouTube follows such competitors as Photobucket and Yahoo Video, which offer similar tools. Photobucket, for instance, launched an Adobe-branded editor in February, and Yahoo acquired Jumpcut, a pioneer in Internet-based editing tools, last … Read more