It’s a startup with the potential to turn into unicorn, according to one of the country’s highest profile investors, Steve Baxter, who’s just led a $1 million seed round in Brisbane video platform Clipchamp, with the former Shark Tank shark declaring it “Canva for video”. Canva, the Sydney graphic design startup founded by Mel Perkins… Read more »
New Zealand-founded, Singapore-based video production startup 90 Seconds has raised US$20 million ($28 million) in Series B funding.
Melbourne-headquartered video production marketplace Genero has raised $4 million in a funding round led by existing backer Ellerston Capital to pursue growth in the United States.
Perhaps most easily described as a kind of Canva for video, Brisbane’s Folktale is an app that “puts the power of a film director in your pocket”.
Crew Scout aims to help clients find and hire the right video team for their project, at a competitive price.
Global video production platform 90 Seconds has today announced the opening of new offices in Sydney and Melbourne. The expansion to Australia follows its recent funding raise of $10 million from Sequoia Capital and is part of the company’s plans to drive recruitment around the country.
ASX-listed communications agency AdCorp has acquired a 15 percent stake in Sydney video production startup Shootsta for $1 million in cash and in-kind services.
Sydney’s Shootsta helps brands produce professional video by combining in house filming with outsourced editing
Sydney startup Shootsta is essentially a production company that works by distributing easy to use camera kits to clients, providing some training, and then letting them shoot.
Melbourne startup Data Creative is a video platform that creates personalised videos for brands in seconds
Data Creative is a Melbourne startup that integrates a client’s back end system with its API to automatically generate personalised content for everyone.
Today global leaders in cloud video production, 90 Seconds has announced a raise of US$7.5 million in a Series A funding. The round led by US venture firm Sequoia and Australian firm AirTree Ventures.
The rise of smartphones has seen social media platforms and sites like YouTube flooded with amateur footage of everything from concerts and sporting events through to random events on the street. These videos are becoming increasingly valuable to brands looking to cash in on the next viral video or build a buzz around events but, let’s be honest, social media is full of shaky videos shot in portrait.
Businesses can spend weeks creating animated videos for their homepage – or months if they don’t have an in-house designer. Hobart-based startup Biteable is not only slicing down that time to less than 10 minutes, but also making the process as simple as it is to create graphics on Canva and as cheap as creating professional videos can get.