The co-founders of YouTube, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, have introduced a new element to the video equation. They have come up with MixBit, a new free video clip service for the fun-loving people of the world that is both funky and cool.
Steve Chen and Chad Hurley, who happens to be co-founders of YouTube, have challenged the might of Instagram and Vine. Their company AVOS Systems has come up with MixBit, a brand new video remix application which will eclipse all other similar services. These two geniuses are behind the San Mateo-based incubator AVOS. Basically, the app lets consumers create 15 second short video clips and collectively view them with others. Consumers may add or subtract videos by the others thereby creating clips that are an hour in length. The facility may be availed in iOS and has become a part of App Store as well. An Android sample is what everybody is looking forward to.
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The new video website will be launched soon. But MixBit iOS app is now available at Apple Store for free. You may capture, correct and post videos that range in duration from a single second to an hour. And the good thing is that it can all be accomplished from the comfort of your mobile. In some ways it does resemble Vine yet there are obvious differences. MixBit is a Google Ventures app that is bound to set the world on fire. Each post will be made anonymously and there will be no comments thereby eliminating the chance for any nasty backtalk. It is the brainchild of two remarkable lads who were very passionate about videos and video sharing. And finally they have made their mark on the visual vistas the world is viewing.
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