Just about anyone with a smartphone today can shoot video and share it across multiple social networks. But what if you could go to the big game with your buddies or a concert with your friends and create a single video that showcases the same event from multiple points of view?

Now you can. Microsoft and social video editing startup Vyclone today released a new Web editor that allows users to edit and share crowd sourced video to the Web using just a browser and HTML5. Watch the video below to get a behind-the-scenes look at the new web editor.

The best thing about the Vyclone web editor, as Roger Capriotti, director of Internet Explorer Marketing points out, is that it’s “built for touch, allowing users to explore social video editing as naturally as they would on mobile phone, but with a modern browser like Internet Explorer 10.”

You can get the full story over on the Exploring IE Blog and then check out the Vyclone web editor itself.

Posted by Jeff Meisner
Editor, The Official Microsoft Blog