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Wildform Video Library LaunchesVideo Library features hundreds of clips (October 30, 2001)
"Video is quickly evolving as a design medium," according to Wildform CEO, Jonathan Blank, "and the launch of the Wildform Video Library furthers our goal of providing a complete package of software and resources for web developers and video enthusiasts." Wildform's highly popular video to flash encoder, Flix, has already opened up a whole new way of using video on the web and in CD-rom applications, and now the Video Library provides a rich source of royalty free video. The Wildform website (www.wildform.com) also features a large and expanding resource section with tutorials, demos, sample code and other useful information for creating compelling websites, marketing materials and multimedia presentations.
The Wildform Video Library has been designed for ease of use. It has an advanced search function that enables users to browse by category, titles, and keywords. Every clip can also be previewed in its entirety on the Wildform website. The clips are all royalty free, which means once a license for the video is purchased, no further fees are required to use the video, in accordance with the terms of the license agreement. Video is available in downloadable web video formats and also in broadcast quality videotape. Downloadable video comes in AVI format at 320x240 image size, 3 Mbps, and 30 fps. Prices range from $10 to $180 for downloadable video and $250 and up for broadcast quality video.
Wildform, based in Venice, California, is run by Jonathan Blank, Colby Devitt, and Arjun Nayyar. For more information about the Wildform Video Library, Flix (available for $99) or Wildform, go to: www.wildform.com.
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