NEW YORK: TECHNOLOGY STARTUP Videolicious demonstrated its automatic video editing platform at a New York Tech Meet-up event on Tuesday, giving us a rundown of its features.
Available now for free on iOS devices via the iTunes App Store, Videolicious has the ability to quickly and automatically trim, layer, and mix live video recordings along with photos into a professional looking movie over the cloud via a phone or tablet.
The meet-up event featured several other New York based technology companies, such as Robokeg, which showed off its Raspberry Pi and NFC powered beer keg prototype for hands-free beer service. µ
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