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Video Editing, Netbook Style

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A couple of weeks ago, Swedish start-up JayCut began offering video editing software to netbook OS integrators using Moblin technology. Frankly, I found the thought of editing video on a netbook so improbable, I had to check it out myself.

Surprisingly, it actually works. As well as your network connection works, anyway.

JayCut for netbooks seems intended mainly for travelers, who could use it to post slick, polished travel videos from the road, direct to their clamoring YouTube fans. Indeed, production values may be about to rise in that ordinarily tedious yet always abundant video genre known as "other people's vacations."

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