eyeSpot gets $3.7 million in Series A

Eyespot provider of video editing and mashups apps closed its Series A round of funding. Eyespot received $3.7 million in the round led by Gabriel Venture Partners. Other participants include Express Ventures and executives from MP3.com and DivX. Eyespot had earlier participated in DEMOfall in September. I will write more details about Eyespot technology and plans later today.




2 Responses to “eyeSpot gets $3.7 million in Series A”

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    […] StudioNow had launched beta version of it’s video editing app in March earlier this year. Unlike the other players in the space including eyespot and Jumpcut, StudioNow comes with an interesting business model. What they have out there is an virtual community of freelance video/movie editors and directors available 24/7 to edit your videos. To get started quickly with the process you need to upload their video and photo images at StudioNow.com. And within 48 hours the project is ready for you to review and purchase via the site. Video editing project prices start at $19.99 and increase based on editing time, experience of editor and amount of material submitted. […]

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