Pixorial, which develops an online video editing and sharing service, said this week that it has updated its service, improving performance, enhancing user upload tools, and also increased its free membership storage space. Pixorial's website lets users upload and edit videos, adding music, transitions, and more; the service lets users share those videos with others via email, social networks, video cards, and other methods. As part of the update, Pixorial said it now provides seven gigabytes of storage for free members, which it says is enough for over 150 average-sized videos. Pixorial is based in Denver, and is headed by Andres Espineira.
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Pixorial Upgrades Video Editing, Sharing Service