It will meet most of the needs of experienced editors and producers, but key omissions of some basic and advanced functionality make it a middling program. This movie making software features the familiar timeline workflow. Users who know their way around the timeline format should grasp the essentials of the software with few problems. The program also features an interactive storyboard module that makes it easier to complete quick projects and learn the basics. The program also offers guided video edits. This mode walks you through the video creation process step-by-step.
If a human did that, we might call it plagiarism. The sin here is not merely academic. By not consistently citing the sources of its answers, Alexa makes it difficult to evaluate their credibility. It also implicitly turns Alexa into an information source in its own right, rather than a guide to information sources, because the only entity in which we can place our trust or distrust is Alexa itself.
That's a problem if its information source turns out to be wrong. The constraints on choice and transparency might not bother people when Alexa's default source is Wikipedia, NPR, or TuneIn. It starts to get a little more irksome when you ask Alexa to play you music, one of the Echo's core features. "Alexa, play me the Rolling Stones" will queue up a shuffle playlist of Rolling Stones songs available through Amazon's own streaming music service, Amazon Prime Music-provided you're paying the 99 a year required to be an Amazon Prime member.