London, United Kingdom – Available as of today, Vidcash users can shoot and submit short creative video clips and earn royalties through their sale via VidLib, the world’s first stock footage app. The app also enables users to edit their clips using either pre-set or fully manual custom colour sliders and filters to make their videos look their best. Submitted clips are reviewed and published in our VidLib app, where content buyers can download them for a license fee.
* Earn 50% Royalties and track sales in realtime
* Create contributors account
* Shoot and edit HD videos
* Color correct with both pre-set or manual filters
* Add metadata and submit clip
* Top selling user and video charts
* Social tools for promoting your work
VidCash is packed with features to help users monetize clips. You can upload clips and share on social networks to promote your work. Check out the top selling video charts to learn what content is selling best. Track your sales real-time and get royalty payments monthly.
“The app is much more than just a submission tool,” said Jens Wikholm, owner of VidCash. “Our unique in-app filters offer true flexibility for creative editing – you can use them pre-set for simplicity, or fully manual for professional fine-tuning.”
Located in London, United Kingdom Video Clips Ltd (VidLib TM) was founded in 2012 by Jens Wikholm, a former photo agency owner now dedicated to bringing video stock footage to mobile platforms. All Material and Software (C) 2011-2012 Video Clips Ltd / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.