New web-based tool dubbed 'Sequence' makes video-cutting process so easy your grandmother could do it

Shutterstock has been around for a long time, by Internet standards. Though best known for their bank of licensable photo and video footage, they have also spent most of that time reaching forward tom make video and audio editing a thing regular people can do — not just professional editors and our friend’s teenaged nephew.

Sequence is the newest iteration of this quest. It has only the essential functions, and lives inside the Chrome browser so even installation is easy. Users can download audio and video tracks from Shutterstock’s database and use a drag and drop interface to sync up the two tracks. Posting to a blog or YouTube is a matter of a few clicks.

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