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New Wibbitz release now supports Spanish language: transform your texts onto videos

New Wibbitz release now supports Spanish language: transform your texts onto videos | Create, Innovate & Evaluate in Higher Education | Scoop.it
Available for iPhone. Wibbitz creates beautiful video summaries out of text articles. It's a perfect way to stay updated on the latest news from around the world when you're on-the-go.
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Using advanced text analysis and smart algorithms Wibbitz creates beautiful and short audio-visual experiences out of pure text to save you a lot of energy and time.

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Wibbitz - this application look for images, and convert your text in a stunning video

Wibbitz - this application look for images, and convert your text in a stunning video | Create, Innovate & Evaluate in Higher Education | Scoop.it

Wibbitz is a text-to-video platform that can automatically turn any text-based article, post or feed into a short video. Using Wibbitz almost any article, post or feed on the web can be instantly turned into a short video clip. The platform analyze and understand text... look for the best images on the web... and insert the text as an "audio" on the wibbitz final production.


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Linda Mercer's comment, November 28, 2012 9:02 AM
Thanks for all of your comments and responses to my question. Perhaps the relative success of using Wibbitz depends upon the platform (if that's the right term!) upon which the web page rests. Interesting idea though.
Linda Mercer's comment, November 28, 2012 9:02 AM
Thanks for all of your comments and responses to my question. Perhaps the relative success of using Wibbitz depends upon the platform (if that's the right term!) upon which the web page rests. Interesting idea though.
Dennis T OConnor's comment, November 29, 2012 4:07 PM
I've had nothing but success using this tool. I've used the RSS feeds from my scoop.it magazines to create a Wibbitz news feed that I've placed on several of my blogs. Platform: Chrome +PC