MixBit is an application for recording and editing video created by Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, founders of the popular video site of Google, YouTube, just arrived in Android devices. Video editing software MixBit, which was first launched on iOS in August this year, allows its users to grab video snippets cut out and regroup differently than usual to generate quite different results.
Can be created short videos up to 16 seconds, with a maximum total of 256 individual clips, then mix, and edit them together and publish videos as short as one second or as long as an hour.
MixBit Android app lets its users to create short videos of a maximum duration of 16 seconds, one second longer than is offered by the competitor Instagram and almost triple what is available in Vibe, and shared with other users of the service. Unlike Instagram or Vine, users can compile several video clips of 16 seconds to create videos up to one hour and can share through a link with your friends or post it publicly in MixBit so that all users can watch your creation easily. Making videos with MixBit is very easy, just open the camera of your Android device and record a mini clip of maximum 16 seconds, and then create another or as many as you want and then edit them to create a final. The app is very easy to use.
The interface of the app is so simple that the first time you use it you will understand, is very similar to Instagram, Cinemagram or Vine as we said earlier, so it’s nothing new. At the end you finish editing your video you can share with friends via a link or post it on your profile MixBit.
If you are interested to know more information about the service, visit MixBit blog site.
Now everyone with Android can use this interesting tool, available for free on Google Play Store. Let’s download Mixbit Android App.