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Show some love with Stupeflix Valentine’s video greetings
SAN FRANCISCO, February 9th, 2010 – How to move your loved one with a simple yet meaningful gesture? Take pictures and video clips from the best memories of the past year and create a beautiful, romantic video filled with emotion on the Stupeflix Studio.
Use your pictures to tell your love story
The Stupeflix Studio, a newly released online application to easily create videos from your digital memories, is offering today a Valentine video theme to share heartfelt sentiments. “My hard drive is filled with beautiful personal pictures which never see the light of day”, says Sebastien Perier, creator of the Valentine theme. “I want people to use theirs to craft a personal message of love.”
Create, inspire, impress
The Studio puts you in control to easily tell your digital story in video in a few minutes. Upload pictures and videos from your hard drive, Flickr, or Picasa account. Arrange them, group them, add texts and soundtracks. Preview until you are happy with the result. You can then publish, download, or upload to Facebook or YouTube your video masterpiece. Free videos are limited to one minute, while full-length High Quality versions cost $3 and High Definition versions (720p) cost $5.
Save on paper, not on emotions
Email greetings cards lack sentiment. Paper greeting cards quickly end up in the bin. A Stupeflix Valentine’s video delivers a handcrafted, heartwarming message which will be kept and cherished for years to come.
Stupeflix turns digital content into wowing videos.
The Stupeflix Studio is an online tool to easily create custom videos with your pictures and videos.
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The Stupeflix video production platform is the most powerful solution for classifieds, ecommerce, directories websites and video publishers to create high volume, high quality video applications.
Stupeflix is a French startup which developed a disruptive technology to render video orders of magnitude faster than currently available solutions. Stupeflix won the SeedCamp 2008 startup competition, was finalist of the TechCrunch Europe Awards 2009, and won the 2009 national innovation competition organized by France’s OSEO.