Mix and Mash Online Video Clips with Omnisio

Created: Monday, March 31, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:59 am



Omnisio, a new startup allows you to mix and mash videos from several online video sites like YouTube, Google, and Blip.tv to create new videos. You can choose start and end points to trim the existing video clips, combine them in a sequence you want, and create a new online video clip that you can share.

Mashed videos on Omnisio

These shared clips are entirely embeddable — and you can have comments that actually hover over the video on these shared clips (see screenshot above). Many users find this distracting, so it’s nice that you can turn them off.

More importantly Omnisio is about to introduce new features soon that will allow you to synchronize PowerPoint slides with video — this will take Omnisio to the professional league.

Membership is free and very quick — and you don’t even need to be a member to view some sample clips. The clips are great — and can allow you to get hours of fun.

Learn more at the Omnisio site…

Categories: movies, online_presentations, powerpoint, , youtube


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