Two companies have launched notable video sharing services this week: WeVideo.com and Klip.com. Both have somewhat different approaches but enhance the overall online video experience, especially for mobile users.
WeVideo includes editing and 1 GB of cloud storage for free. You can export your video to Facebook, YouTube and Vimeo. Fee-based accounts will be available later in the year that increase the resolution to 1080p and up the storage to 50 GB and add other features. YouTube has had very primitive online browser-based editing tools, as we wrote about last week. This seems like a step in the right direction.
Klip has some editing capabilities but its focus is on simplifying the posting of videos from your iPhone and iPads, down to almost a one-tap process. You upload it to their site, and like and tag it similar to how other social media services work. The videos stream and start quickly on your iPhone and you can scroll quickly to particular points in the timeline. It is available as an app to download now and is free. You can check out their UI with the video demo below: