While programs to change or crop images are available even for free, the use of video in modern electronic communications is a bit more complex. It usually takes special skills and software to combine multiple source videos into the desired final result.
The developers at Shutterstock Labs have now come up with a simple, web based solution that allows users without special training to combine any of the site's 2 million stock videos into a clip that can be saved, downloaded and used.
Sequence is easy to understand and use: Just type in keywords of the desired content in the top right search bar and select a video clip or song from the result list; drag the content to the editing bars on the bottom and watch the final results. It can be tested without logging in, only when you want to store a combined video, you are require to register or log in with your existing Shutterstock account.
The software allows the use of millions of existing clips in Shutterstock's library at the affordable prices we know but also the addition of own material with a simple drag and drop feature from the user's computer.
Shutterstock also published an introductory video on the functionality. Watch this video here: