SnapStream 6.6: Support for Native Twitter Videos, and More

Digital-video-recorder and TV-search company SnapStream announced support for native videos from Twitter last month, and version 6.6 of its software includes that and several new features.

Digital-video-recorder and TV-search company SnapStream announced support for native videos from Twitter last month, and version 6.6 of its software includes that and several new features.

SnapStream said in a blog post last month that its users can “quickly and easily” upload captured TV moments to Twitter, with their Twitter audiences getting the best video experience.

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Other new features in version 6.6 of SnapStream include:

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  • The use of Twitter’s context and time stamps to match tweets with the moments they are referencing in television shows.
  • The ability to include tags at specific moments of TV shows or clips in order to index them for search.

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  • Creation of clip montages.

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  • The ability to transcode to popular broadcast format XDCAM, which enables users to seamlessly export recordings and clips into editing suites such as Final Cut Pro and Avid.

Readers: What do you think of native videos on Twitter?