Despite its limitations and problematic interface, Magisto is great for quickly and effortlessly throwing together short, polished video compilations.
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Just select the videos and photos you want to use, and let Magisto edit it all together into a short, stylized movie.
Seemingly magical one-touch video editor Magisto took the top prize in CES Mobile Apps Showdown.
Now anyone uploading videos to YouTube can automatically edit clips using the Magisto video editing tool, which just launched a publicly yesterday.
The service makes its public debut, with $5.5 million in funding. Magisto mines raw, unedited video for top scenes and creates short, slick movies to share.
Initially launched as a desktop browser experience in September of last year, ground-breaking one-click video editor Magisto has just made its way onto iPhones.
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