Thursday, February 22, 2007

Photobucket will offer Online Video Mashups

WebProNews: "Photobucket has launched a new service that will allow its 35 million users to do video editing online with technology powered by Adobe. The Adobe Web based video remix and editing technology is currently in Beta. Users can now combine photos, videos, text, and music to create videos or mashups of content from their Photobucket albums. "

“At Photobucket we’re committed to helping our users get the most out of their personal media, and have fun doing so,” said Alex Welch, CEO, Photobucket. “Collaborating with Adobe gives our millions of users a simple way to create mashups that showcase their personality and creativity. Users can either broadcast these mashups widely, or share with a small group of friends and family.”

Photobucket users can combine images and video with captions, bubbles, frames, transitions, and music by dragging and dropping content to a sceneline. Users can work with content from their albums or they can choose from the publicly shared images and videos on Photobucket.

When users have finished editing they can have their mashup embedded into any Web page, blog, or social network by copying and pasting HTML code. The completed mashup can also be shared with family and friends using Photobucket’s sharing tools.

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