Automating website videos

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Published on October 26, 2016 with 1 Comment

In the beginning all websites were static. A designer would include the relevant information about a company or person and there it would sit, waiting to be discovered. But then along came PHP and Javascript and ASP.NET, among others that made it possible to create dynamic websites where information from databases could be displayed on sites. Now the folks at Sundaysky want you to consider the idea of turning website content into videos – on the fly. In essence it would be the video equivalent of a dynamic site. The Sundaysky platform would generate ever-changing videos from the web content. From personalized news casts to video profiles, product comparison videos, cartoon animation or real-life footage in 2D or 3D, all are possible.
Using dynamic “videolet” templates, Sundaysky will integrate with your existing database or content management system to extract content and incorporate it into videos. Suddenly, it seems that without human intervention, your site is loaded with videos. But obviously it doesn’t really happen without human intervention. There is a design and consultation phase where the concept and style of the site’s video(s) are discussed. A set of video templates then access the data on your site to create “endless” videos. Theoretically, these videos would change as the site content changes. Highlight products in a store, promote services or increase brand awareness. If you have a website, Sundaysky wants you to have a video for that. Well many videos, actually.

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  1. This is great! I didn’t even know this was possible.