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If You Make A Video, You Should Be Using This Tool

Today’s Killer Startup: Wipster





Elevator Pitch

Wipster is a beautiful, intuitive digital media review and approval platform designed for content creators, media teams, and anyone creating short-form video projects.”


Why It’s A Killer Startup

My dad made educational videos for a living, so I grew up with more-than-average knowledge about the process of making films. Back then, of course, the equipment required included giant cameras with VHS tapes actually inserted into them and massive desktop editing suites. You had to do everything right if not the first time around then at least the second, ‘cause even rendering the simplest changes took hours upon hours upon hours.


These days, obviously, the scene has changed. Filmmakers in 2015 have access to a huge range of tools that work so much more efficiently, for a fraction of the price that my dad paid for his stuff in the early ‘90s. If my dad was still making videos today, he’d probably be pumped to check out Wipster.


Wipster is thoroughly contemporary tool for filmmakers, allowing them to solicit feedback, make changes, and essentially keep track of their entire workflow in one place. It’s a great tool for collaboration, allowing remote teams to work together toward a common goal or as a way to expedite the often lengthy feedback process.


Clients (or team members) can comment directly on the videos and that feedback is then automated into an actionable wordlist. New videos can be stacked on to of old ones, keeping everything in one place and they all can be shared with as many people as the filmmakers want, in perpetuity.


Wipster solves a problem that filmmakers have been having since before my dad even picked up his first camera in the ‘80s: how to get and implement feedback quickly and seamlessly. It should be added to the toolbox of anyone working in video in 2015.



#Filmmakers! The solution to streamlined feedback is finally here! Get on it: @wipsters


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Author : Emma McGowan

Emma is a proud native of Burlington, Vermont, who has lived in six different countries over the past two years. She's living and loving the global nomad life and writing about technology and startups everywhere she goes. Check out more of her writing about tech on (the more titillating stuff) KinkAndCode.. Follow her on Twitter @MissEmmaMcG.

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