“For the first time ever, GoPro users will be able to create multi-clip edits using footage they just shot, without having to download the footage to their device first."
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 12, 2016
actvt Inc. today announced GoPro wireless tethering, a feature that will allow users to edit multi-clip videos straight from their GoPro cameras. Unlike other video editing apps, actvt strikes the perfect balance between automation and creative control. With this new integration the app now provides the end-all quick editing solution for GoPro consumers.
Users can now connect their GoPros using the camera’s Wi-Fi network. They can then stream the footage directly from their camera and select clips the same way as using any other media source on the app - by placing markers on the footage as it plays back. In order to minimize time spent trimming and cutting, the software analyzes the footage around the markers and extracts the best clips for the user. The tethering will be compatible with GoPro’s Hero3+ and Hero 4 models.
“For the first time ever, GoPro users will be able to create multi-clip edits using footage they just shot without having to download the footage to their device first, from any location - be it the beach, the mountain, the race track, or the ice cream shop,” said Alexander Casassovici, CEO and co-founder of actvt. “We’re really excited to impact the growth of social video storytelling.”
At its core, actvt empowers users to easily create and share high quality thirty-second videos via machine-assisted sequence generation, an automatic music composition platform and a social backbone.
The company was founded in June 2015 by Alexander Casassovici, Pascal Manchon and Thierry Teyssier. actvt is venture backed and has offices in San Francisco, CA and Paris, France. The app launched on the App Store on March 17th, 2016.