Make any video interactive (clickable)! Turn your videos into the most interactive experience on the fly! ClickBerry's technology allows you to make any object or person inside of your video interactive and instantly clickable.
Description: Transform Your Videos From Passive Posts to Interactive Experiences!
Turn your videos into the most interactive experience on the fly! ClickBerry's technology allows you to make any object or person inside of your video interactive and instantly clickable.
Simply choose video from your library, and use simple tools to annotate, comment, insert links, or photos inside of your video to provoke comments, excitement and fun. You can even LIKE individual elements of your videos and instantly share it on Facebook.
GET CREATIVE WITH CLICKABLE CONTENT
Make any element of your video clickable and add engaging supplementary content. For example, you can tag the Eiffel Tower from a video you shot while in Paris and link it to Wikipedia.
SELL ITEMS INSIDE A VIDEO
Add a shopping cart widget to any object inside a video and allow your viewers to buy items you want to sell.
TAG PEOPLE & OBJECTS
Want to show your brother that awesome video you took at the Halloween party? Tag him in the video and add a link to his Facebook profile, just as you do with photos on Facebook.
ADD FACEBOOK LIKES TO OBJECTS INSIDE YOUR VIDEO
Select a person or actor you like in a captured clip from your TV and put a LIKE button on them inside your video.
STORE IT TO THE CLOUD & SHARE IT ON FACEBOOK IN ONE CLICK
Don't worry about storage or sharing on your computer! Just click share and your video will be stored to the cloud for easy access as well as shared via Facebook.
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