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Release of GReditor, the Video Editor! Now Everyone Can Edit Videos Like a Pro!

The technical prowess of JamStory introduced GReditor onto the Korean market so that anyone can play, edit, transform and merge videos like a professional in just 30 minutes.
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    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, December 22, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- In our computer era, you can become an instant star just by uploading a video to YouTube and so everybody is interested in creating, and sharing, their own videos. In this context, the GReditor video editing program (a word coming from Great + editor), which was developed in Korea, is receiving attention because it allows any and everybody to easily put together a video.

The technical prowess of JamStory (, the developers of GReditor, is so high that they can present their video transformation technology to Pandora TV. The company introduced GReditor onto the Korean market so that anyone can play, edit, transform and merge videos like a professional in just 30 minutes. JamStory's development of GReditor was a grand endeavor to create a video editor with an interface that is so easy that even an elementary school student can use it after receiving just some basic instruction.

Laymen had to go through a long-lasting period of trial-and-error and instruction to edit videos because most pre-existing video editing programs were produced in versions for experts. With JamStory's GReditor, on the other hand, normal people can compile excellent videos even without polished editing skills.

Try out GReditor when you want to make a video of a cute child or a funny event from daily life, or when you want to manufacture your own unique and creative UCC (User Created Content), or when you are doing an internal video project for your company. Although there is not a substitute for every single feature of professional video editing programs, high-level features like splitting the screen and inserting dialogue bubbles can be constituted in the blink of an eye without professional skill.

JamStory has also made available the jog/shuttle keyboard GR100 which can also be used with the GReditor program. The GR100 is based on the fact that the jog/shuttle is used when editing videos for actual broadcasts. By using the GR100, you will find that you can edit your videos more accurately and faster.

Finally, JamStory is giving education to GReditor users every week free of charge. This education covers how to use the GReditor and the video design process. GReditor is also being used in other education. For example, education on using the GReditor is not only part of the teacher training that the Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education gives to teachers dispatched to Mongolia and Uzbekistan, but is also part of the educational curriculum of many elementary schools as it is helpful for creating educational content and topic-based material.

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