Cameo aims to do more than just let you shoot bite-sized video clips on your iPhone — its cloud video editing platform lets you turn those clips into two-minute long short films.
Vine lets you take six-second videos and post them. Instagram gives you 15 seconds. But a new video app lets you take videos, edit them, combine them, and share them in chunks of any length — up to an hour.
About a month after Instagram added video in a response to Vine, the service is now one-upping Vine with the ability to import previously shot videos into the app.
Photo-sharing powerhouse Instagram has added embedding photos and videos on other sites, a sign it wants more of its content shared around the web.
Yahoo is buying Qwiki for a reported $50 million and it will keep the Qwiki app alive, unlike the fate of many other apps Yahoo has purchased.
St. Louis-based Muzio offers a sleek new way to share photos, videos, audio, and text in easy-to-share albums.
Video-sharing service Vimeo opened up its >Vimeo on Demand paywall back in March. Now it has its first feature film on with the indie dramedy Some Girl(s).
Sol Lipman, the cofounder of 12seconds, Rally Up, and Tomfoolery, says Instagram’s hasty addition of video is a serious mistake.
You’d think Twitter cofounder and Square CEO Jack Dorsey would be a whiz at social media. But his posts to Twitter’s young video-sharing service Vine are a mix of weirdly creepy and just-plain-boring clips.
Expect to see short, repeating videos all over the place now.
Twitter-owned video sharing application Vine has raised its age rating from 12+ to 17+ following controversy surrounding pornographic clips shared widely on the service.
Viddy CEO and cofounder Brett O’Brien has been ousted from his role as head of the company after losing much of its buzz to Twitter-owned Vine and reportedly turning down an insane buyout offer from Twitter.
Users of the popular video-sharing app Vine got a surprise this morning when a short clip of hardcore pornography was selected as an “editor’s pick” and placed at the top of every user’s feed.
Video-sharing application Viddy landed on Android devices today after long being available only on the iPhone.
Vilynx is a service that lets people manage their personal videos across multiple smartphones, tablets, desktops, and cloud storage services.
Popular video-sharing service Vimeo has introduced new ways to reward the creators of videos posted on the site, with the ability to put videos behind a paywall and a new “tip jar” so people can contribute to video artists.
Keek, a social video service on web and mobile, has eked out an additional $7 million in funding to support its promising growth.
viddy appFacebook's Sam Lessin using Viddy
Kaptur, a photo-centric startup out of New York, will collect all the photos taken of your special event that your friends and family have uploaded to Facebook, so you can see them in one place. The company just announced it has raised $2 million in its first round of institutional funding.
Premium video sharing site Vimeo has added a new program called Perks that gives paid subscribers deals on professional video equipment and software, the company announced Tuesday.
That was fast. Only a day after automated video editing service Magisto announced it had received $5.5 million in second-round funding, YouTube has integrated the service into its offerings. YouTube took the opportunity to announce that it has removed the 15-minute limit from verified user videos and added a 2D-to-3D beta tool.
YouTube has officially launched TrueView, a new ad format that will let viewers skip ads choose one from a selection.
Wistia, a startup that helps businesses share video with customers, partners and others, as well as track who watches it, has secured $775,000 in new financing from its angel investors.