Memplai: Bring out the Scorsese in your friends
Review posted Sun 20 May '12
You never know, Memplai could inspire the next Martin Scorsese or James Cameron. This social video application encourages you and your friends to create cool video clips with all the trimmings and then share them on your favorite social network. This free, fun and interesting app gives you all the tools to turn your video clip into something special and then invite your friends to collaborate on your project and present their own video masterpiece.
Memplai makes it easier than ever to assemble digital content from multiple sources and quickly create high quality videos to then share with your networks. You simply invite others to upload their videos and pictures, put them together with Memplai’s easy-to-use video editing tools, then send it out to view and share! Memplai's goal is to provide you with an easy and useful environment to collaborate with your friends and family and create fun and exciting video clips. It gives you all the tools you need to create lasting memories in an easy medium to share with your social network. With Memplai, you are in charge of your own production and you can create your own virtual work space, known as a Video Project. You can create projects and invite the people that you would like to participate. Then create as many videos as you like using the online video editors and share your creations with your social network. It's simple really- just connect with friends and invite everyone in your social network to join you in uploading photos and videos, add music and effects and then create and share your videos through your social network.
Whether you want to tell a story, capture the best of an event, celebrate memories or gather research from around the world, you can use Memplai’s collaborative mulitmedia platform to:
With apps like Instagram and Pinterest seemingly going through the roof at the moment there are plenty of people taking betssure to be others that are also ready to break out next. Memplai could well be the next. It manages to mix video collaboration techniques with a more social side allowing the two to join together to make interesting and fun videos complete with music and special effects. It's a very cool way to make your start in the movies as well as being a fun thing to put together. Now where's that script for Titanic 2?