Flixtime: Transforming Web Users into Video Producers

Flixtime debuts a free site where users create custom, production-quality videos. Anyone with images, videos, and text can use Flixtimes software to create, share, and download free 60-second videos on www.flixtime.com. Nearly two years in the making.

Users create high-resolution videos on www.flixtime.com using their own photos and videos, or by choosing from a library of royalty-free stock images provided by Fotolia. AudioMicro also provides users with a selection of award-winning tracks, sound effects, and stock music. Flixtime videos are easy to produce with state-of-the-art technology that integrates the users choice of music, text, images, and videos. All Flixtime video productions can be used both for personal or independent commercial use.

We have been getting more and more demand from users who want a tool that easily creates stunning videos by using images and text. Companies from all over the world have video needs, whether for websites, projects, or presentations. Until now, production costs were very high, says Fotolia and Flixtime CEO Oleg Tscheltzoff. Just like we democratized stock images on Fotolia by offering images for under $1 USD, we have made videos accessible and affordable to countless companies. Instead of investing tons of money in equipment, talent, and a location to produce videos, our users can simply use their content, or the images and music provided by Flixtime, to create the videos they envision.

Visitors to www.flixtime.com create a free account and then follow three simple steps to create custom videos. Ryan Born, CEO of AudioMicro says, We are very pleased to partner with Flixtime to provide the music for such an amazing technology. With just one click, Flixtime users can bring energy and emotion to their videos by adding music. We’ve supplied a handpicked selection, spanning nearly every musical genre and style. With tracks for everyone, Flixtime users are sure to have the perfect soundtrack and take their videos to the next level.”

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