October 30, 2008
VideoThang Adds Picasa, Flickr and Photobucket
NEW YORK, Oct 30 /PRNewswire/ -- VideoThang, the free, multi-media content generator, editor and desktop ad platform announced today that it has added new features that will allow users to access and import digital files from Picasa (http://picasa.google.com/), Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/) and Photobucket (http://www.photobucket.com/). In addition to Facebook and MySpace, VideoThang users can now grab their photos directly from the three most popular digital image sharing sites right from their desktop.
Along with this new upgrade, VideoThang users can upload their final video productions, "Thangs," directly to Picasa and YouTube, making it easier to share with friends and family. VideoThang can also facilitate uploads to other video sharing sites by allowing users to enter specific web addresses when they click on the "share" button on the VideoThang editor. This option will save the web address automatically on the drop-down menu, so the next time a user opens a film project, they can choose the Web site they added as the destination for the video they would like to share.
"With hundreds of thousands of downloads across the globe since launching in 2007, we have always looked for ways to make VideoThang even more user-friendly," said Kathy Sharpe, Founder of VideoThang LLC. "Having direct uploads and the ability to import files from the most popular social networking sites is an added bonus for our users since this will allow them to complete their VideoThang projects and share them much faster."
VideoThang has also added editing features including several choices for titles, ability to trim video, crop photos and enhanced audio output. Users can download for free the upgraded version of VideoThang on http://www.videothang.com/.
About VideoThang(TM) LLC
VideoThang is a simple, easy-to-use content generator. Founded by interactive marketing pioneer, Kathy Sharpe, VideoThang LLC created the first downloadable multimedia editing and sharing solution that is simple, fast, and free to consumers at http://www.videothang.com/. Since its launch in 2007, hundreds of thousands of users have downloaded VideoThang across the globe and are using it to create their own custom mixes, or "Thangs", of videos, photos and audio. VideoThang's innovative tool is also available for license to companies that want to enhance their brand awareness online, engage their community and spur the addition of user-generated content.
Web Site: http://photobucket.com/