SEOUL, South Korea, May 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Global multi-media software provider NexStreaming Corp.'s CEO ll-Taek Lim, acting on behalf of the company's board of directors, announced that the company has signed an agreement with Xiaomi to provide China's most iconic smartphone developer with its video editing solution, NexEditor SDK.
Since August, 2011, Xiaomi has been providing its users with an optimized native experience through a line of smartphones based on its proprietary MIUI operating system and short-cycle release of updates. Within just four years, Xiaomi has become a true global player in the mobile space. NexEditor SDK has been integrated into MIUI 8.0, which launched on 10 May 2016, and will provide Xiaomi MIUI 8.0 users with fast and simple video editing functionality directly within the gallery app, with seamless linking to KineMaster for advanced professional editing.
Over the last few years, NexStreaming has invested a considerable sum into the NexEditor SDK video editing solution and the KineMaster app, which allow users to edit the videos recorded with their smartphones quickly and easily, yet output a highly professional result. These solutions allow users to edit videos with a high level of precision, and provide a series of features including video trimming and splitting, color filters, templates, animation, text and subtitles, multiple layers of video text images and stickers, chroma key, multi-track audio including background music and voiceover, and video thumbnail generation. The solutions also provide users with the ability to preview 1080p video edits in real time through unique industry-leading optimized rendering technology.
The agreement with Xiaomi MIUI will play a key part in NexStreaming's efforts to expand its B2B2C business beyond its existing B2B and B2C services.
CEO ll-Taek Lim added, "We are excited that the KineMaster app will be available in the Chinese market for the first time with the launch on the Xiaomi Mobile Assistant platform. We expect to expand our B2B2C business worldwide as a result of this agreement."
"Users who are seeking more professional video editing functionality will be able to move the videos being edited to KineMaster for advanced editing via the link in their photo albums. With the editing sharing feature, we look forward to delivering KineMaster's professional video editing functionality to nearly 200 million MIUI users."
When commenting on the convenience of the link, Matthew Feinberg, project director for NexStreaming's KineMaster business, said, "The link between to our NexEditor SDK and KineMaster will allow users to move seamlessly from editing in the album app to editing in KineMaster, with all in-progress edits and effects preserved offering MIUI users with a remarkable experience in a professional editing environment."
KineMaster is a successful professional-quality video editing app for Android smartphones that provides a rich variety of precision editing tools and professional-grade features, including frame-by-frame splitting and trimming, multiple video layers, multi-track audio, color-LUT filters, chroma key, speed control, unlimited text layers and unlimited handwriting and image overlays, precise volume envelope control and more. KineMaster has been downloaded nearly 10 million times and has been featured on Google Play in more than 60 countries. Recently, the app was highlighted in an article published in The Guardian, one of the three leading daily newspapers in the UK, attracting much attention. KineMaster has a large user base consisting of professional post-production video editors, as well as novices and hobbyists.
NexStreaming is a widely acknowledged multiple-media software company with its own proprietary video-processing technologies. Products include: NexPlayer™, which already powers more than 350 million handsets, NexPlayer SDK™, providing HD live broadcasting video streaming services, NexEditor SDK™, the advanced and sophisticated video editor delivering optimum performance on every device for the fastest recording and editing, NexSoundSDK™, an audio solution that provides an optimal listening environment, KineMaster™, the first and only professional video editor available for Android devices, SingPlay™, a karaoke recording app that enables users to enjoy karaoke as well as create their own version of a song. NexStreaming is a publicly traded company listed on the Korean stock exchange KOSDAQ since December 2012. NexStreaming is a global mobile software company with headquarters in Seoul, Korea and branches in Spain, the U.S and China.
SOURCE NexStreaming Corp