While it’s commonly thought Chromebooks aren’t good for anything more than surfing the web, that’s not the case. If you need to do some video editing from your Chromebook, there are definitely some tools out there that can do the job.
Of course, we’re not talking full-on Adobe Premier functionality here—Chromebooks are more useful than they get credit for, but dedicated Windows and Mac software is still going to be a more powerful solution. That doesn’t mean you need Premier (or similar), of course. If you just need to do some light duty editing, a Chromebook is very capable. So if you happen to have a super sick video of, say, a guinea pig eating a banana, you can make it social-ready pretty easily on your Chromebook.