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Animoto Enhances Video Themes, Monthly Subscriptions for Pro Users

05 November 2010
Published in Websites

Video-creation website Animoto.com has released a collection of video styles exclusive to professional users. The elite membership gives users access to four new video styles in the Elegance collection. These new themes give pro users the ability to create simpler, slower-paced videos.

The company also recently launched a monthly subscription option for its business product, Animoto Pro, offering users the option of paying $39 per month or $249 per year.

Animoto Expands Customized Theme Options

13 July 2010
Published in Websites

The video-creation site Animoto has enhanced its customization options with a new set of creative video themes, the Elements Collection. Animoto users can further embellish their projects with a variety of artistic themes that now include the Elements Collection of air, wind, earth and fire designs. Air, which features elegant sun streaks woven between light, wispy clouds, became available this spring; the other themes will follow this summer. Besides the option of enhancing videos with Animoto's themes, the site offers...

Animoto Now Capable of Video Slide Shows

13 April 2010
Published in Websites

Animoto, an online slideshow program, has upgraded its system to allow video clips to be incorporated into shows along with still images. Video clips can be taken from cameras or phones and can be enhanced with cinematic artificial intelligence technology that matches video clips, photos and text to a soundtrack. Slideshows can also be embellished with stock photos from Getty Images and iStockphoto.

Animoto produces videos that can be downloaded or shared online through...

Social Media: Don’t Be Left Behind

14 September 2009
Published in Electronic Market

Social networking websites are the talk of the town, but how can they help your business?

Supporters exalt it as the great advance in communication. Detractors consider it a waste of time. Like it or not, the phenomenon of social media empowers the public at large to capture and disseminate information immediately.

But how do all these technological advances affect the photographer? Is the growth of social media killing our business? How do these changes affect the amateur?...

ImageSpan's Licensestream Creator Pro Offers Content Tracking

26 April 2009
Published in Websites

ImageSpan has announced the addition of a new content tracker to its web-based LicenseStream Creator Pro service.

ImageSpan provides a digital-content licensing and billing settlement platform with the LicenseStream services for imaging professionals. The addition of the new tracker helps content creators find their digital content online and provides them with information on where and how the content can be used.

The company has also added automated options to convert...

Animoto Debuts Video Creation Service

29 March 2009
Published in Websites

Animoto Productions has recently released Animoto for Photography, allowing photographers to create professional-quality videos that can be distributed via e-mail, blogs and mobile devices as well as burned to DVD. Animoto for Photography is built on the Animoto for Business video creation platform.

Adding to features such as a royalty-free library of hundreds of precleared songs, Animoto for Photography incorporates two new features designed specifically for photographers: Photographers can easily adjust the speed of display for their photographs, and videos are made to include a call-to-action button at the end of the stream and function as...

PhotoShelter, FotoQuote Join Internet Forces

29 April 2007
Published in Websites

BitShelter, the creator of PhotoShelter, an online archive and marketplace for professional photographers, has entered into a licensing agreement with Cradoc Corp., the developer of FotoQuote, an industry price guide for stock and assignment photography. The agreement will allow PhotoShelter subscribers access to FotoQuote's price information within PhotoShelter's...

LiveBooks Streamlines Portfolio Web Sites

15 March 2007
Published in Photography Software

Following the release of its Version 4 site-management software, Live- Books has designed a new version, LiveBooks 5.0, designed to give users the freedom and flexibility to manage all the content on their websites themselves. The software also allows for detailed management of image portfolios using the drag-and-drop EditSuite Lightbox.

Version 5 contains new navigation options, website styling options and features such as...

PhotoStockPlus.com Creates Business Sites

14 November 2005
Published in Websites

PhotoStockPlus.com's website (www.PhotoStockPlus.com) provides photographers with the tools to run an effective online business. For $99 a year, Photostockplus.com provides a URL and a web site that is e-commerce enabled, which allows photographers to sell stock internationally as well as set markups to a variety of print sizes and more than 100 photo gift items. On each sale, the photographer earns 85 percent commission. The filling of orders and products is handled by PhotoStockPlus.com.

PC and Mac users can upload hundreds of images...

PixelGenius Blog Tackles Photoshop

07 July 2005
Published in Websites

PixelGenius, makers of the PhotoKit series of Adobe Photoshop plug-ins, has launched a new blog site, PhotoshopNews.com, dedicated to all things Photoshop. The project is the creation of the group of Photoshop experts who formed PixelGenius: Martin Evening, Bruce Fraser, Seth Resnick, Andrew Rodney, Jeff Schewe and Mike Skurski.
PhotoshopNews aims to bring the Photoshop community the latest news about Photoshop, with topics such as...

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