As many media companies ‘pivot to video' and away from longform writing, Wikimaker blurs the line between the two, empowering individuals who might not otherwise have the skills to work in both mediums to create immersive content for all audiences.
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) February 08, 2018
Ezvid, a software and media company, has launched their latest offering, Wikimaker. The free browser-based software allows users to quickly and easily create pieces of video content, with no technical background or editing skills required. It uses a combination of voice synthesis and artificial intelligence to automatically generate videos, unlike any other software on the market.
“As many media companies ‘pivot to video' and away from longform writing,” said Alexander Perls, Ezvid’s Founder and CEO, “Wikimaker blurs the line between the two, empowering individuals who might not otherwise have the skills to work in both mediums to create immersive content for all audiences.”
“We’re excited to lead the next wave of democratizing the content creation process,” he continued. “From its inception, this company has been committed to demystifying video creation for our users, and Wikimaker is our latest innovation to that end.”
Wikimaker is intended for use by writers, teachers, and anyone else who’d like to illustrate their writing with video. To use it, simply enter your text paragraph by paragraph into its interface. As it ingests each section, Wikimaker generates a voiceover and populates your video with fair use images, gifs, and video clips synced to semantics found in the text.
Wikimaker’s visuals are highly customizable, and a companion capture tool, available for Windows, Mac, and the Chrome browser, allows you to easily record and incorporate images and videos from your own computer screen.
Ezvid Inc. is a Los Angeles-based software and media company established in 2009. Its team of developers, writers, artists, and designers make some of the best video software on the web. Its original editing and screen recording software, Ezvid for Windows, was released in 2010 and has since been used to create countless pieces of video content, over 2 million of which can be found on YouTube. For more information, visit http://ezvid.com.
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