Vyclone has launched its collaborative app for Windows Phone devices, and the experience they are providing in video missing is like never before. With the new “instant video mashups” using footage of different users at the exact location, video making has taken a new spin.
The event/situation could be anything, a football game, a concert, a fight on the street, a wedding; users can take videos from various angels and mash them together to make one creative video of the same event. The exciting thing is that the app will only process videos shot simultaneously.
It is unlike Vine in this case because Vine lets users take multiple shots from entirely different places and moments in time. Vyclone is specifically about capturing a single moment from various perspectives; this application is already available for Android and iOS.
The app works pretty systematically; once the user has shot the video (up to 3 minutes in length), they will have the option to upload it to Vyclone. Once uploaded, the video will be available for public viewing; the option to keep the video private also exists.
The standpoint is that users can take one of the videos uploaded to Vyclone and “remix” it with their own choice of edits. These videos can also be shared through Facebook, Twitter, and all the usual social media channels.
Vyclone, along with iOS and Android phones, is now available as a free download for Windows Phone 8-devices from Windows Phone Store.