TIPIT brings high quality desktop video editing software capabilities to mobile.
TIPIT promises to wow the creative community with the first mobile video editing capabilities of its kind for smartphone users. The app, which will launch soon on iOS, has a unique video editing software that is designed for people involved in the fields of creation and design, as well as those that are simply interested in video editing and filmmaking.
The idea is for TIPIT to create buzz among artists and creators, which could have a big impact on the world of video-based social media within this exclusive community. “Our product will allow artists to unleash their creativity and challenge other like-minded people – and all from their mobile device,” said TIPIT’s product and creative advisor, Uri Ar.
TIPIT is ideal for imaginative, ambitious and expressive individuals looking to interact with people on their wavelength. “As a creator, you can bring your own graphic and animation to any video, which removes limits from creativity. TIPIT’s community for creators is unlike anything else currently on the market,” added Ar.
The TIPIT team continues to work on boasting the knowledge and experience to make TIPIT a success. Its founder, Uri Ar, was previously involved in developing a host of interactive media products, including Houzz and video platform, Metacafe.
“Our demo has already blown away our current investors and we are still refining our final product,” explaiend Ar. “The video creators are a community that is bound to grow. The market must grow with it, and we are the first to pick up on the social media needs of this new generation of creatives.”
Existing examples of successful image and video-based communities are Vine and Instagram, with Instagram estimated to be worth $35 billion. However, the video editing that Vine offers is minimal, with basic trimming and cropping, while Instagram only allows users to add filters to their recordings. They key difference with TIPIT is that it provides video editing capabilities that belong to a video editor, like motion-tracking, incorporating external objects graphics, remixing, and more.