If you were to log in, you'd be able to get more information on your fellow community member.
An alternative approach would be similar to that taken by animoto.com: 1) user uploads the raw video, 2) software produces the video in the cloud (possibly with user hints such as ratings), 3) user downloads or shares finished video.
This approach would be more efficient. The customer would only pay for the processing power that she actually uses (computing resources in the cloud are rented, not bought).
Also, with the animoto approach, the developer works directly on the real problem: producing a finished video that will evoke pleasant memories when the customer views it with her family or passes around to her friends. The tablet approach assumes that the customer really wants to be a video editing technician.