Englewood, Colorado (PRWEB) April 24, 2012
Pixorial today announced an integration between its video storytelling app and the newly released Google DriveTM, Google's cloud storage and collaboration service.
Pixorial makes it easy to open, edit and share videos stored in Google Drive with just a browser and Internet connection. Now videos can be accessed from anywhere and across multiple platforms (web, Android, iOS) when safely stored in Google Drive.
“We’re thrilled to have Pixorial integrating with Google Drive,” said Scott Johnston, Group Product Manager at Google. “Google Drive is designed to help people be more productive from anywhere, and Pixorial supports that goal by letting people easily edit and share their videos online."
Pixorial’s video tools make it possible for anyone to tell a story with video. When a video file is opened with Pixorial, users can create video masterpieces by combining several videos together and personalizing them with music, text and transitions. Users can also access and share videos to a number of social networks or directly with friends using Pixorial’s unique “Share to Crowd” feature, which invites others to own, edit and share hi-resolution video.
“This integration is a big move in liberating consumer video,” says Andrés Espiñeira, Pixorial founder and CEO. "By using Pixorial and Google Drive, users can do more than just store videos online. They get access to Pixorial’s easy-to-use tools that take video sharing and collaboration to a whole new, dynamic level, where one video can have multiple storytellers.”
About Pixorial Inc.
Pixorial is an award-winning video storytelling platform that empowers users to create, share and collaborate on their videos. It’s never been this simple to organize, edit, and enjoy favorite video moments old and new. With Pixorial, everyone is a storyteller. Bring your video stories to life on the only video platform winner of the Computerworld Laureate award. For more information, visit http://www.pixorial.com.
About Google Drive
Google Drive is a cloud storage and collaboration service from Google. Drive allows people to store their files online and access them from any device: in desktop folders on Mac or PC computers, in mobile apps on Android or iOS devices, or from any web browser by visiting drive.google.com. Google Drive is available with 5GB of storage for free, and additional storage may be purchased.
Google Drive also allows people to create, edit and share files with one another. Google Drive applications are third-party applications that work seamlessly with Drive. By integrating with the user account and file data stored in Drive, these web applications provide a simple way for people to open files from Drive, make changes or edits in the application, and then save the updated file in Drive. Google Drive applications are available in the Chrome Web Store.
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