Automatically edited video dances to Drop’n’Roll

Hong Kong – The innovative “Drop’n’Roll” feature allows instant, one-tap replacement of video fragments in a movie after it has already been automatically edited by V.I.K.T.O.R. Users are now empowered to cut into the process of automatic editing by replacing individual video parts as they see fit more, and leaving the rest of the edited movie intact.

V.I.K.T.O.R.’s original feature, “Refresh”, enabled users to create unlimited number of movies by editing sets of video clips located on user’s phone. With the new “Drop’n’Roll” feature, users can now reassemble parts of their movie clip by clip, much like a construction toy set, until they are perfectly satisfied with the outcome.

V.I.K.T.O.R. is also the only video editing app to interactively arrange filed size shots for editing. It is well-known among movie makers that for a comfort viewing experience video shots in a movie should alternate by their field size. However, due to a very subjective nature of the field size concept, this ground principle of film-making cannot be successfully applied mechanically. V.I.K.T.O.R. suggests users to manually sort their video clips by field size, and with the new “Drop’n’Roll” feature, the app takes full advantage of an automatic editing, saving users time and effort, and adding a bonus of interactive replacement, which prevents best video clips from being misplaced or left out from the final movie.

The app developers at the New Photographers Burning Factory intend to upgrade V.I.K.T.O.R. with more fun and interactive features similar to “Drop’n’Roll” in order to inspire users to assist the robot app with movie managing tasks available only to humans.

About the app:
Released late in December 2011, freemium iPhone app V.I.K.T.O.R. automatically edits video clips. With frequently updated library of “Themes” – movie editing scripts created by movie makers – the app allows making and sharing of professionally-looking short movies. With its “Drop’n’Roll” feature the app puts a new spin on developers’ challenge to seamlessly combine robotic editing with fun and creative interaction between a user and the app. Positively welcomed by users and mass media, the product is currently featured in dozens of regional App Stores.

* automatic instant editing
* regularly updated collection of Themes from professionals in editing
* random choice of videos
* replacement of individual shots
* sorting shots by their field size
* unlimited number of movie versions for the same set of videos
* trimming & cropping of video clips
* 20 sec, 1 and 2 min short movies
* web, standard and HD quality (720p) output
* sharing via Youtube, Facebook or e-mail

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3.5 or later
* 20.4 MB

Pricing and Availability:
V.I.K.T.O.R 1.1 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.

V.I.K.T.O.R 1.1
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Founded in Hong Kong, New Photographers Burning Factory is a small enthusiastic team of professionals who enjoy bringing their experience in movie making, computer graphics, design, and software development to the new cross-cutting platform, helping to inspire creativity and sharing of precious memories. Copyright (C) 2012 New Photographers Burning Factory. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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