Instantly Scale and Personalize Video Creation
TORONTO, Aug. 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- vidThat is on a mission to transform, simplify and inspire visual communication towards achieving better understood messaging with beautiful short videos made superfast on the iPhone. Turn any image(s) on the iPhone into instant video and immediately synchronize with a user's voice: then quickly send the message on the vidThat instant messenger. Imagine video made with still images looking like it was originally recorded as quality video.
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James Tran, Founder and CEO of vidThat says; "our save to draft system lets you make multiple videos in phases and enable users to easily do custom voice-over and storytelling to different recipients using the same visual assets. This transforms personalisation and saves a ton of time given no editing is needed. Just talk and send"
Our save to draft system automates your video creation, where the same visual content is a requirement for multiple voice recordings. Your productivity will transform as you effortlessly scale your personal touch with all your contacts.
Your voice is automatically shown as a text caption on any video you make with vidThat. If you choose, you can make slight or major changes to the sound of your recorded voice. To get the best representation of your video message inside the vidThat Video Messenger; you can quickly select from the many pre-set filters and apply to your video image thumbnail which is shown in the vidThat Video Messenger.
Our proprietary video file system lets your friends and teammates, immediately video-reply to your video messages that you sent them through vidThat. This automatically deploys the same visual assets (still images and/or a variety of short video clips) from the video that you originally sent. Your contact can use these assets for their own instant video reply.
vidThat is currently free in the App Store, and vidThat will help everyone use visual and audio storytelling in the fastest and easiest way possible inside what is believed to be the world's first instant videoization messenger. vidThat iOS is grateful to be funded and supported by the Canada Media Fund.
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