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WeVideo is a simple and solid Flash-based video editor that runs in your browser. With Dropbox and Google Drive support, it makes it easy to pull raw footage in and export edited video out.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, a slideshow is a great way to put pictures together to create a story. Aquafadas's PulpMotion aims to make this process simple, quick, and elegant.
Vyclone is a nice little collaborative video-making app for iPhone, but you have almost zero control over who you collaborate with, which makes it an interesting social experience.
Streamweaver is a nice way to add some collaborative style to moments you’re already sharing with friends.
Givit's video-editing capabilities make it easy to share somewhat polished video creations with friends and family.
Threadlife lets you create a collage of your life in three-second bursts of video to form an impressionistic thread of the events of your life.
Beamer lets you stream videos from almost any Mac to an Apple TV, even if your Mac doesn't support Mountain Lion's AirPlay mirroring feature, or if the video isn't supported by iTunes.
But if you’re looking for a simple tool for converting video between formats, Miro Video Converter is amazingly easy to use, and you can't beat the price.
With all the major features found in industry standard Final Draft, but at a quarter of the price, Fade In facilitates a screenwriter's creativity.
Screen sharing and screencasts are a great way to demonstrate how to fix a technical problem or show off a Mac feature, and Screeny is a great tool for basic recording.
Adobe's replacement for its OnLocation software adds media handling capabilities, but removes much of that program's original functionality.
Adobe SpeedGrade CS6 is a powerful color grading and filmic effects creation tool with 3D stereographic finishing capabilities, but it may not be for every video editor or project.
Looky is a menu-bar utility for quickly popping open a live view from your Mac's built-in camera--perfect for keeping an eye on who might be sneaking up behind you.
Premiere Pro CS6 extends the performance gains of its predecessor to a wider range of users, particularly mobile editors with the proper laptop configuration. But what makes the CS6 version a worthy upgrade is its focus on video editing enhancements.
This iPhone app lets you add fun cartoon effects to your photos and video, but it could stand a few improvements.