PRESS RELEASE: Sony Digital Network Applications, Inc.: "photo movie creator," the Smart-Phone Application That Enables You to Easily Create Movies from Photos and Share Them
"Share your heart-touching ‘photo movie’."
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sony Digital Network Applications, Inc. announced the release of "photo movie creator" for iOS -- the smart-phone application that enables you to easily create movies that combine photos with themes and music, and share them with friends and family over Facebook and e-mail.
|photo movie creator ||iOS ||July 15 2011 ||$1.99(Tier2) ||App Store |
URL for photo movie creator：http://www.sonydna.com/products/e/photomoviecreator/
URL for Facebook：http://www.facebook.com/sonydna
App Store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/photo-movie-creator/id445340994?ls=1&mt=8
** "photo movie creator" for Android is available at Android Market.
Android Market: https://market.android.com/details?id=com.sonydna.photomoviecreator
Easy photo movie creation
Create photo movies easily by selecting groups of photos (by date, event, or location), rather than picking them one by one.
Share with friends and family
Share your photo movies by e-mail (Note: 1) or upload them to social networking services. (Note: 2) (Note: 3)
Select from a variety of movie templates (themes)
photo movie creator includes 18 movie templates offering a range of presentations. (Examples: Travel, Wedding, Sports)
Insert titles and change the background music
Easily insert photo movie titles and captions. Use music files on your smart-phone as background music. (Note: 3)
Wide compatibility with smart-phone devices and operating systems（iOS & Android）
Photo movies created on iPhones can be played on Android devices and vice versa. (Note: 4).
Note 1: To play photo movies received by e-mail, the receiver must have "photo movie creator" installed.
Note 2: Upcoming version supports only Facebook.
Note 3: A photo movie with your own music cannot be uploaded onto SNS.
Note 4: Photo movies can be played only on supported models.
(First posted on Monday, July 18, 2011 at 15:32 EDT)