Shutterstock Introduces In-Browser Video Editing Tool Called Sequence

Shutterstock today announced the launch of Sequence, an in-browser video editing tool designed as an easy-to-use tool for anybody looking to quickly create and share videos. For those looking to draw inspiration from existing content, Sequence seamlessly merges user content with Shutterstock’s better-than-2 million high quality video clips and music tracks.

“Our video collection grows by about 16,000 new clips each week, providing marketers, editors, and businesses with vast options to tell their stories. With Sequence’s simplicity, storytellers can pinpoint the right footage and music in context to make choices early in the production process,” said Ben Pfeifer, VP of New Business at Shutterstock.

Sequence is currently a prototype for use in Google’s Chrome browser, and is designed to allow users to:

  • Shorten small production turnaround times by combining owned music and videos with those from Shutterstock’s collection.
  • Access high-quality content by allowing users access to Shutterstock’s collection of more than two million video clips and music tracks.
  • Quickly collaborate with others by sharing video work through links with colleagues and clients for feedback before downloading clips.

“Sequence was initially created during Shutterstock’s annual company-wide hackathon, where our team comes together over 24 hours to spark ideas and build tools that drive innovation for our users’ success,” says Vivek Garg, Product Owner for Video.   

To learn more about Sequence, and how it might fit into your workflow, check out Shutterstock’s blog.

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Until next time, head on over to Shutterstock and check out Sequence!

Russ Fairley
Russ Fairley
Russ Fairley is a producer, editor and motion graphic designer. He also writes for Videomaker and several other publications.

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