Vyclone, a service for creating collaborative videos of events and locations launched its iOS app for last summer. Just about a week ago, the company launched its Android app and today, it is also launching a web-based experience that focuses less on taking videos than on editing them in the browser. To do so, the service partnered with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team, though the editor works just fine with any modern browser (though only IE will support pinch gestures).
In many ways, this web experience is a bit of a departure for Vyclone. The mobile apps, after all, are based around the idea that the service will automatically stitch together videos from multiple users who are at the same concert or other live event. Manually editing these videos doesn’t really seem to fit into the whole concept of the service. As a Vyclone spokesperson told us earlier today, however, the company thinks the “web editor enables anyone to playfully remix a video even if they were not part of the film crew. It allows anyone to put their creative stamp on a movie and join in the fun. Plus it’s a great bonus for the Scorsese’s of the world who want their video just so.”
Since its launch in 2012, the company says, its users have created “tens of thousands of multi-angle movies,” so it’s clearly not a massive hit at this point, but it’s clearly a very cool idea and expanding its reach to the Web will surely help the company to find a few more users.
Vyclone allows you to capture all of life’s moments by creating multi-angle movies with people around you. From concerts to birthdays to weddings, Vyclone synchronizes video clips from multiple users to create one movie filmed from different vantage points. The footage can be edited and shared with other Vyclone users and via social media. Vyclone is available globally for free from the App Store.