Moovly, the leading Cloud based SAAS video content creation platform today announced a massive increase in the number of digital assets (Images, Sounds, Music, Video clips).
Moovly Media Announces API Integration with Shutterstock
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Moovly Media Inc. (TSX VENTURE: MVY) (FRANKFURT: 0PV2) (“Moovly” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an API integration with Shutterstock (NYSE: SSTK).
Moovly has integrated Shutterstock’s API technology to offer its clients access to Shutterstock’s more than 150 million digital assets via the Moovly Studio editor. This is the first instance where Shutterstock will license video and music directly through its API.
Shutterstock is known as a leading global technology company offering a creative platform for high-quality assets, tools and services to businesses, marketing agencies and media organizations around the world and Moovly is well known for its leading video creation technology.
Through this agreement Moovly users get seamless access to more than 150 million of Shutterstock’s digital assets (including video, images and, music) to make even more engaging and impressive content. Importantly too, this integration provides Moovly with an additional revenue opportunity by reselling Shutterstock’s assets.
This integration continues Moovly’s positioning as the thought and technology leader in the high-end video creation platform space and a simple to use, cost effective yet advanced tool, an invaluable combination for creative professionals.
Brendon Grunewald, CEO of Moovly said, “This is an important integration for Moovly, it brings a vast collection of assets to our users and in doing so makes Moovly the undisputed market leader and gives credibility to Moovly’s offering in the market. We look forward to working with Shutterstock to provide the most intuitive, cost effective means for anyone to tell their story, whether that is to promote a product or market to new audiences.“
“Moovly understands that the ever increasing consumption of video on social platforms is fueling a growing expectation from marketers and businesses to produce high-quality visual stories within shorter timeframes,” said Alexander Reynolds, Senior Director of Business Development at Shutterstock. “The integration of Shutterstock’s API empowers users to quickly and easily search and license millions of images, video, and music tracks, to create compelling video content, without leaving the Moovly Studio platform”.
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