"At $195 it is a fraction of the cost of a traditional service."
(PRWEB) November 6, 2010
Many friends and relatives attend weddings equipped with some impressive, easy to use, digital cameras. They often capture many of the special moments of the big day. These images usually end up on a Facebook photo album page and sadly there they stay. A new service takes that media and creates a memorable, two to three minute, highlights video. The couple can then widely share their video through Facebook or YouTube. They are also provided with two backup copies on DVD which are posted to them.
The website behind the venture, MyLittleWeddingVideo.com, suggests including some professionally taken photos to get the best overall effect. However, they say you must obtain permission to use those images from your official photographer. The service makes use of up to 30 photos and 3 video clips. The cost at $195 is a fraction of the price of a traditional wedding video production. “We are not trying to replace the traditional service which will give a more complete record of the day but we are a viable alternative or additional complimentary service,” says Paul Turner the entrepreneur behind the service.
The reason the service is now possible is because of the growth in social media, the spread of broadband allowing streaming video and the media “sharing” facilities that now exist. Facebook upgraded the quality of their photo uploads in March 2010 and then again in September this year to an impressive 2048 pixel resolution. This 8x increase in resolution allows for good quality videos to be produced.
To celebrate the launch MyLittleWeddingVideo is running a competition to give away three free videos worth $195 each. Answer a simple wedding related question before the end of November and your name will go into a winner’s draw of correct answers. It is free to enter and full details are contained on the website.