Could this be the Adsense for video?
To come up with that one idea that can change the world is very difficult. Only a view will succeed in doing that. The time has to be right and you have to get the chance to work on that what will bring you the ultimate success.
Google-founders Brin and Page found that chance at Stanford University where they could develop their idea and make it to the success it is now. Stanford is known for its students with great ideas and gives them the opportunity they need. Now more students from Stanford just might have struck gold. They developed a tool which, with the right follow-up, could be the “next Adsense”. Only now in video: Zunavision.
The tool they have developed makes it easy to embed pictures or videos within another video. This means you can easily make a profit with your YouTube videos without having to adjust your video. Simply add a new logo and your new sponsor can be seen in any video you produce.
The best part is that the embed picture or video doesn’t have to interfere with the original video. It can be placed in the background with people walking by it or standing in front of it. Check out the (very short) demo-video I made in seconds with my thumbnail in the background of a matrix-scene.
If you sign up for free you have access to almost all features you can use. You can add a picture or video to any chosen video which Zunavision provides you with. The picture can be placed in the video anywhere you want.
You can also upload your own video, and adjust that one, but in the free mode you cannot edit very long videos.
It must be said that it looks very easy. However the placing of the pictures within the video and the uploading of a new video didn’t work fluently yet, but that can be fixed fast and will also have to do with my inexperience with the tool.
The free mode is fun to try and it has got a lot of potential. Video-bloggers: start making money with YouTube now!
Watch the demo-movie provided by Zunavision:
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