The Growth (and Limitations) of Video Editing Apps
We live in a world of ever-growing connectivity and with that comes the desire to share more aspects of our lives from Facebook posts to Instagram photos. Included in this is videos–from quick twenty second clips of people enjoying their time at the beach to short videos of friends’ birthdays. In order to create the best video, people are relying more and more upon video editors (such as our personal favorite, KineMaster) to make their video “pop” more as well as edit out unnecessary portions (because no one needs to see all the times your friends tried to photobomb your shoot).
However, many video editing applications are limited in how they allow you to export videos. Most only allow the exporting of one video at a time across social media. But, what if you want to share multiple videos across various devices? How about export a non-rendered project to another device for completion? Or, during the video creation process, what if you want to add in videos from other devices? Currently, video editing apps don’t have these features. Luckily, the Send Anywhere API can help fix all your problems.
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Supercharge Your Video Editing with Send Anywhere
The Send Anywhere API helps alleviate all the limitations you face with these video editing apps. With our API, you can export multiple videos, simultaneously, across as many devices as you want all without facing any video resolution degradation. All that you need to do is connect the devices via a six-digit encryption code (for one-to-one transfers) that lasts for ten-minutes or via an easy-to-share URL (for one-to-many transfers) that lasts for 48-hours.
Furthermore, Send Anywhere can plug in seamlessly to any video editing app to allow the end-user to import video files from a variety of devices so you’re not limited to just editing the videos files on your device. All of this can be accomplished without having to leave the application by just entering the six-digit encryption code sent from the device that you wish to import the video files from.