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Uber Cool Video advertising

Post by Telnic on Tue 30 Dec 2014, 4:06 pm

Cees01-24-2011 11:53 AM




Uber Cool Video advertising
 
Here's a very COOL piece of software for video advertising, described as Video content personalisation technology.


http://impossiblesoftware.com/en/show-case/demos/

Bunjie01-25-2011 08:00 AM




That's very cool but also very dangerous, can you imagine someone inserting mac ads into a video of Microsoft CEO's office? it would stink of endorsement when the other party doesn't or works at a rival firm.

If YouTuber's find out....

Also road side billboards? aren't people expecting when they pay for them that covers the eventual if added into a video, so if people can now change the ads to a rivals firm and re upload with a viral we'd have lawsuits flying?

dottel01-25-2011 11:38 AM




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Originally Posted by Cees (Post 12311)
Here's a very COOL piece of software for video advertising, described as Video content personalisation technology.


http://impossiblesoftware.com/en/show-case/demos/



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Good utility software, but some of the video examples shows it's really that perfect (may be it depends on the editor too) thanks for the share..

For image manipulation there are many resources already existing[/size]

Cees01-25-2011 08:20 PM




I would say the usual copyright rules apply.
I'd say the editor has probably had a bit of practice

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