Long Island, NY (PRWEB) December 19, 2012
Co-founders Matthew Silva, Steve Chermak, and James Weis were looking for a faster way to capture and share movies with their iPhones. EktoKrome is a revolutionary micro-filmmaking application that allows the user to stitch video clips together as they are recorded. Clips can be arranged into a short film, with a maximum run time of 55 seconds, and shared as one finished mini-movie on Facebook or e-mail. Editing is user friendly.
EktoKrome gives the user the ability to instantly reject a bad clip and immediately continue filming. Individual clips can be previewed, rearranged and unwanted clips deleted, resulting in a finished micro-film. Music can be added directly from the user's music library. Ease of use was critical in the design of EktoKrome. Not everyone has time to learn how to edit videos. Since no previous video editing knowledge is required to use the app, users can capture what they want, enjoy, and share.
“Think of using EktoKrome at a wedding,” says Matthew Silva, co-founder of EktoKrome Inc. “Capture the highlights: the bride walking down the aisle, the first kiss, cutting the cake, and people doing the twist...then post it to Facebook. Friends can now experience the entire event in under a minute”.
The purpose of the EktoKrome app is to encourage creativity. Anyone can be a director.
EktoKrome is available in the iTunes App Store today. An Android version of the application is currently in development and slated for release in 2013 , along with additional filter and transitioning features for all platforms.
Download EktoKrome for the iPhone http://goo.gl/Y6tU7
About the Company:
EktoKrome Inc. is a New York based mobile app development company focused on delivering elegant and intuitive interface solutions for video sharing. EktoKrome provides punctuated video recording where multiple clips are stitched into one. EktoKrome is the fastest way to produce entertaining short films on your mobile device.