Austin, TX, March 21, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- During this event the 10 finalists, selected from hundreds of entries, received three minutes to win over a panel of discerning judges including Julie Lenzer Kirk, Director of the U.S. Commerce Department’s Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Dr. Susan Amat, founder of Venture Hive in Miami and a 2013 Champion of Change, as deemed by the White House, and Marc Nager, of TechStars and UP Global.
In front of a packed house, founder Benjamin Nowak clearly and concisely presented the a value of CinaMaker, a new mobile app for iOS and Android that enables content creators to do fast, simple multi-angle recording and editing from their iOS or Android smartphones or tablets. CinaMaker lets creators grab their phones, their friend’s phones, and/or their tablets - up to 4 devices -- load the app on each, and access a production studio. Creators can set up phones and tablets on tripods or call friends with steady hands that can shoot from different angles on multiple devices. CinaMaker is easy enough for amateurs and is cost effective relative to traditional video editing methods: for a $9.99 one time purchase for limited functionality and a $29.99 purchase for more expanded capability, the app dramatically cuts production time and costs.
“I’m so happy that our product resonated with the judges panel at 'ReleaseIt.' I truly believe that we have created a product that can change the way video creators work. Our app can improve the creation and production process, making great video available to anyone who has a few devices and a cool idea. We had some stiff competition and we congratulate winner Inteliclinic, Inc. and co-runner up Mend for a job well done!” said Benjamin Nowak, founder of CinaMaker.
CinaMaker is available for download on the Apple App Store and will be available in the Google Play store at the end of the month.