Startup HashCut Lets You Make Your Own Video Memes From YouTube Videos

By: Alyson Wyers - Jan 1, 2017
References: hashcut & betalist
Video editing startup HashCut allows you to create your own video memes from any YouTube content. Founded by Vijay Koduri, the new venture also allows you to make clips and mashups, putting your own spin on your favorite bits of YouTube videos.

Memes have taken off in internet culture, but video versions are less prominent. HashCut could change that for the social media space, especially given the short amount of time it takes to edit mobile video. The new service also makes it easy to share your creations. You can also make your own highlight reel by combining clips. You also won't need any additional video editing software to do all this in just seconds.

A private beta is currently open.