Highlight Hunter is a free app that helps camera owners quickly find the highlights in their videos and share them with friends.
How it works:
1. Record with your camera as you normally do, but after something cool happens, cover the lens with your hand for a second.
2. Launch Highlight Hunter on your Mac or PC and it will find your highlights for you.
3. Trim the length of your highlights to get them just right and easily share them with your friends.
? Endorsed by GoPro: "Highlight Hunter is invaluable to us at GoPro. Our video producers save hours every week because we can get to the interesting footage quickly and spend more time in the fun, creative part of production."
? Sweet 16 finalist in the 2012 University of Washington Business Plan Competition
? Featured in TechCrunch, Nofilmschool, TransWorld Magazine and others
Check out http://www.highlighthunter.com for more information.
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