WeVideo – Video Editor & Maker is similar to the old Windows Live Movie Maker, it has a simple UI that anyone can find their way around.
You can upload your finished videos to Google Drive, instaGram, flicker, facebook, Dropbox, Picasa, box &
SkyDrive OneDrive. YouTube uploading is notably missing, so if you want to upload to YouTube you’ll have to download your video from Google Drive & then upload to YouTube. The long-winded YouTube uploading isn’t ideal, but it gives you more flexibility when it comes to uploading to YouTube.
I’ve not had much of a play with WeVideo yet but it works extremely well on my Acer C720 Chromebook, but then again the short video that I recorded using WeVideo didn’t give my Chromebook that much of a workout.
The WeVideo – Video Editor & Maker is probably the best Cloud Video Editor on the Chrome Store, as it’s got the highest Star rating out of all the Video Editors on in the Chrome Store.
I’ll do a follow-up post at some point in the future as I’ll need to have a good play with WeVideo before I can post a more in-depth review.