Social media is filled with funny memes, selfies, and perhaps for the more mature crowd, family videos. With video cameras being included in most phones today, parents have the wonderful opportunity to record those special moments in the lives of their children. Social media serves as an excellent background to share those videos with your loved ones. As birthdays and other important milestones in a child’s life come, compilations of those video moments that parents have stored away are a great way to celebrate.
Of course, parents can find that they have hundreds of hours of video with their kids, and unless they are experts with video editing software, making a quality video compilation that celebrates those special moments can be quite an undertaking.
Teigue Thomas knew exactly how important videos are for families with her own experiences as a mother of the three boys, and wanted to help other parents find the perfect solution to their video editing needs. Thus, she co-founded the new video editing service Yourkidvid, of which she is currently president.
Yourkidvid offers a service that will let parents have the perfect videos for sharing their lives, without having to pay for some of the more expensive video editing services with little hassle. Yourkidvid, headquartered in Los Angeles, employs truly talented video editing professionals, who will take parents’ video footage to create compelling short video clips embracing the stories being told by them. The videos created by Yourkidvid are professional grade, with high quality graphics and hand selected music for each video.
Yourkidvid’s vice president is an excellent example of the level of professionalism the company brings. Ari Avileno, who will be heading creative development for Yourkidvid, is a professional writer and film editor who has worked on films and television commercials. Avileno is the director of the independent film American Gun, starring Forest Whitaker, and has worked on commercial reels for Buick.
Having a video masterpiece made by one of Yourkidvid professionals won’t be a hassle either. Parents can go to Yourkidvid’s website where they can choose the plan they would like, and will then be instructed on how to send their video footage through the cloud service of their choice. Services such as Google Drive and Dropbox (News - Alert) will be supported.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi
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