The photo slideshow app lets users produce a highlight reel from images posted to the social network throughout the year.
The editing tool partners with the Discovery Communications' Digital Networks to incorporate its footage into home movies.
Animoto is debuting today with an iOS app designed to complement apps like Instagram and let people easily create video slideshows from their photos. Rather than a onetime payment model, the company is betting consumers will be willing to subscribe and pay a regular fee for use.
The movie-creation service powers Kodak Gallery's new video slideshow tool.
In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Donna Tam discuss the week's latest Facebook news. Now, users can give gifts through Apple iTunes to their friends and create video collages of their photos through a partnership with Animoto.
A recent relaunch of the online video creation service makes it faster to turn photos and movie clips into polished themed videos for free in four steps.
The relaunch and redesign of video creation site Animoto makes it easier and faster to go from a bunch of photos and movie clips to a finished professional-looking video with almost zero effort from you.
The company wants to create a place for people to share user-generated videos created through its app, hopefully setting itself from a crowded field.
Online slideshow tool Animoto is adding videos to its repertoire. Users can now upload videos alongside their photos and have it turned into a video slideshow.
The service makes its public debut, with $5.5 million in funding. Magisto mines raw, unedited video for top scenes and creates short, slick movies to share.