What is a File
A Mixcut file lives in the cloud, always up to date with the latest changes and accessible from anywhere acting as a single source of truth for your project. Simply add your raw content into the Mixcut file, make changes and share the file with just a url.
What things can I make?
From digital marketing content, podcasts, demo videos, and on and on..., the possibilities are unlimited. Share with your friends, team members or colleagues and work together to produce more and better content. Educate, entertain, inform, and more all with Mixcut.
Do I need to export each time?
Mixcut allows you to share the file to stakeholders, clients, colleagues and team members all through one url or an email invite. By sharing online there is no need to export multiple formats, store/manage old versions.
How many people can collaborate on a Mixcut file?
This is a function of which plan you opt for. The free plan allows for one editor per file, the student plan ($20/month) allows for two, and the pro plan ($50/month) has no limit.
How much can I do without paying for it?
Our free plan supports 100 MB of uploads and 5 GB of cloud storage. It’s everything you need to get a little bit of video work done and figure out if Mixcut is right for you in the process.
Can I share and collaborate?
Simply click on the "Share" button on the top right, enter in the emails of whom you would like to share with, or click on their names and click share. Simple, quick, and productive which helps make your job and collaboration easier.
How much does this cost?
That depends on which plan you opt for. The free plan is available at no charge, but it has some limits to the number of editor permissions, the amount of uploading you may do, and the cloud storage you have access to. Our student plan costs $20/month, and it raises these limits. The enterprise plan costs $50/month, and it comes as all-you-can-eat with no limits.
Why shouldn’t I just stick with Final Cut Pro/Adobe Premiere?
These popular video editing systems are on their way to becoming legacy tools. Dealing with files and managing version history are outdated concepts. These software packages furthermore offer no real-time multiplayer capability. The next generation of video producers are craving “Google Docs for video,” and that’s exactly what Mixcut offers them.