An experiment in UX design for an advanced HCI course, Bits takes the common tasks of video editing and splits them into several programs – one for cutting, one for cropping, one for sequencing, etc.
Modern video editing software is typically packaged as one very large program. For large projects such as films, this approach makes sense. However, in our new media world online, users typically use these large programs for a single task, such as cutting. Bits attempts to provide a scalable solution by splitting up simple common tasks amongst several programs.