Taiwan, San Francisco, Singapore (PRWEB) October 20, 2008
muvee Technologies, the pioneer and leader in automatic video personalization software and services, today announced it has reached over 50,000 users who have created over 600,000 videos through its recently launched application on WRETCH, Taiwan's largest social network.
The application, with styles developed exclusively for WRETCH, allows users to upload videos, pictures and music and turn them in to personalized "muvees" they can share with friends, family, and other users.
"Bringing our automatic video editing technology to the masses through social networking sites was an obvious choice for muvee. WRETCH has over 10 million users making it the most successful site in Taiwan. We are excited at the prospect of continuing to delight WRETCH's members and expanding our offerings," said Terence Swee, CEO of muvee. This partnership comes on the heels of a successful collaboration with Korea's largest social network, Cyworld.
"There's positive response from our users, and over 600,000 videos have been made since the installation of muvee's technology. We believe that muvee provides users a better alternative to edit and share their photos and videos," said Light Lin, product manager of WRETCH.
muvee's software and services feature patented technology that lets people create and share professional-quality instant home movies out of unedited video, photos and music. muvee develops consumer products for a range of platforms and devices including PCs, the online space (shwup), digital cameras, camera-equipped mobile phones and photo kiosks. muvee's global customers include HP, Dell, Nokia, LG, Olympus, Nikon and Creative Technology. Visit http://www.muvee.com and http://www.shwup.com for more information.
WRETCH, acquired by Yahoo! Kimo in 2007, is the leading social network site in Taiwan with 83% reach rate. Since 2005, Wretch's users (mostly between ages 15 -39) have been communicating with family and friends and sharing their lives through photos, blogs, and videos.