Top Ten Video Sharing Websites
Ease of Use: 30 out of 30
File size/Storage limitations: 10 out of 30
Other Stuff: 40 out of 40
Total Score: 80 out of 100
Jumpcut's approach to video sharing is not just to provide a functioning service, but to make it fun. You can remix other people's videos, add stock footage to your videos, lay down a different soundtrack on something that you've already edited... The list goes on and on.
Like the hip-hop milieu in which its founders probably grew up, Jumpcut encourages users to take the old and the new, the self-made and the borrowed, and mash it all up to create a truly unique digital work.
We were most disappointed by the file size limitations – with so many great tools, Jumpcut ought to make a "professional" version available for folks with longer movies (and pocketbooks too small to afford a classy software editing suite).
But they thought of everything else, and most people who use Jumpcut are going to be thrilled with the site's usefulness and whimsical approach to video sharing.
Next Page: AOL