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I would think the biggest obstacle to an online video editor would be the huge demands on bandwidth, especially for uploading the raw footage to be edited.

I've shot a lot of standard definition DV over the years, and it runs to about 13GB/hour. For a 20 minute video I'll use, on average, maybe 3 or 4 hours of raw footage (and sometimes much more). Uploading over 50GB of data on a typical home connection is going to take a very long time. I've also recently moved up to HD recording, which requires considerably more space, and would require even longer uploads.

Editing is also a very interactive process, which would require not only very high performance servers, but very good downstream connections to see the results as you edit. When editing, I'm continually zipping back and forward on the timeline, adjusting clips, moving things, changing audio streams etc. etc., and I want instant feedback with no stuttering or "buffering...".

The 'WeVideo' site looks interesting, but even on the 'Professional HD' level it provides virtually no storage, and a very limited amount of published video. What little they show of the editing tools doesn't impress either. It's probably not going to be useable for anything other than very simple, very short features.

Some day, when we all have fibre-to-the-home, it might be possible, but currently I'd say it's not practical.
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