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Photobucket flash video editor

photobucket video editingPhotobucket is set to make an announcement that will allow users of its personal media management service -- which stores and shares images and videos -- a way to utilize flash to edit video's online.

The free service is said to be open in beta this month to premium customers, and rolled out to everyone in March. The web based video editor will be timeline based and allow users to mix photos and videos stored in Photobucket with captions, soundtracks, and effects through a drag and drop interface.

Photobucket allows users to upload photo and video content to create interactive collages, scrolling images, slideshows, animated image stamps, share video clips, and buy prints. This new initiative will most likely see its approximately 35 million current users increase drastically to see if the flash based video tool can benefit them.

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