We see that an overwhelming number of growing online video demands a new approach to video consumption. With ClipClock we want to change the way people watch and share video online, taking the very best of each video ever produced
San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) October 01, 2012
ClipClock, a newly established startup that has already earned recognition from Microsoft and various media startup contests, today announces the official launch of its website ClipClock.com and the ClipClock mobile application for iPhone.
ClipClock stands out as the first service that enables users to collect and share the best video moments online.
With this new platform, users can take any YouTube or Vimeo video and create “clips” by highlighting and commenting on the most interesting moments of the video. Clips can also be shared with friends via Facebook and Twitter in a simple and fun interface. With the ClipClock iPhone application, users can shoot a video, then clip and comment on the best moments. Uploading such videos with clips for friends and followers takes only seconds.
By using the site and mobile application, individuals save time for themselves, as they no longer need to scroll through irrelevant or less interesting portions of video in order to view the best moments. Some categories of video, such as sports, technology reviews, how-to, and business presentations are already taking the lead among available clips made by users.
The service also explores new territory through its video search contributions, as the most relevant clips will now become available through search engine queries. Individuals can, therefore, search and be directed to the desired right moment of a video with less effort than ever before.
Emerging as a highly evaluated startup out of Moscow, Russia, ClipClock is already in plans to open an office in San Francisco, where they can further grow and develop their services with an emphasis on the American marketplace. This comes after substantial industry recognition and multiple startup contests wins in recent months.
ClipClock was selected by Microsoft as its Startup Accelerator participant, and received a $50,000 grant from the Microsoft Seed Fund, wherein they received first place among 300 startups. Also the winner of Co-Investments Day in May 2012, ClipClock stood out as the most innovative new startup in attendance.
This week, Clipclock will officially launch their website and mobile application at the DEMO Fall 2012 Conference in Santa Clara, CA.
CEO & Founder Alexey Krainov reveals, “We see that an overwhelming number of growing online video demands a new approach to video consumption. With ClipClock we want to change the way people watch and share video online, taking the very best of each video ever produced”. He also remarks that the team is very excited to begin the company’s extension from a renovated Design Factory in Moscow to the urban and startup friendly streets of San Francisco and remarks that ClipClock’s inclusion in the prestigious DEMO event will be a great beginning for the service’s introduction to American and international audiences.
ClipClock allows users to collect and share the best video moments with ease. Without the need to scroll and search through long videos, ClipClock saves users time, while enjoying a fun and simple way to share video highlights with friends, discover new clips, and showcase the best video moments. Both ClipClock.com and the ClipClock mobile app are free to users and highly integrated with the most popular social media outlets including Facebook and Twitter. The mobile application will soon be available through the iTunes store, and the site can be viewed at http://www.ClipClock.com.