EyeSpot tryout

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To conclude todays video tinkering, here is an edited version of the clips from my Nokia experiment edited together in [Eyespot](http://eyespot.com) – a free online video editor. Including uploading, it took 20 minutes. The video below is linked from their site – hence the cute buttons.

[kml_flashembed movie=”http://eyespot.com/flash/flvplayer.swf?vurl=http%3A%2F%2Fdownloads.eyespot.com%2Fplay%3Fr%3DeVEXaw00ajqbyBuklHiEJW05IW6kll” height=”300″ width=”400″/]

There are one or two other online editors out there. Robin Good does his usual excellent job of reviewing the choices for online video editing on his blog or DV Guru lists a top 10

Update: I also tried Jumpcut to do a similar thing. A lot more functionality but less usable than eyespot on first go. Here is the result here

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