Startups! Get your branded pitch video from Showbox

What’s going on at Web Summit? Check out the agenda here.

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Look to create your own startup video? Now you can thanks to our friends at Showbox.com who will be standing by to make a customised video introducing your start-up to fellow Web Summiters. And we’ll play it on a massive screen in the main hall. All for free

Their new cloud-based platform generates professional-grade videos from standard webcam footage. To prove this, all you’ll need to do is supply a minute of simple footage, your logo and some basic information about your venture. Showbox wizardry will do the rest, and the video will be yours to keep.

So, for your own branded pitch video simply register here

Want to watch a demo video first? Here’s one they made earlier:

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What is ShowBox.com? It’s a new online video creation platform that allows anyone to make professional-grade shows – in absolutely no time, at zero cost. Their cool new cloud based platform includes:

· A full array of show templates, for rapid creation.

· A suite of great graphics packages including openers, transitions and titles. Which you can personalise however you want.

· A virtual studio – No green screen required – just the wall in your office, or your bedroom

· Stock footage libraries of content from world leading providers such as Getty and Reuters – which you can use freely anywhere in your show. · Automatic voice quality enhancement.

What’s on the agenda? Lets find out here.

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