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Technology Giphy's new video platform is basically GIFs with sound

15:25  11 december  2019
15:25  11 december  2019 Source:   engadget.com

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Wherever you side on the pronunciation of GIF (JIF?), it's undeniable that they've become a critical part of our everyday communications. WhatsApp, Twitter and Facebook support them as standard, and you've likely received more than one email from zany creative types with them embedded in their signature. Now, like the silent movie coming of age, they're getting a voice: Giphy is adding sound to its library of animated GIFs and stickers.

  Giphy's new video platform is basically GIFs with sound

The company has previous in pushing the envelope in this area, partnering with Snapchat and then launching its own video platform. Now, as Varietyreports, Giphy Video will feature content with audio -- although initially only a number of pre-selected media partners will be involved. Content will come from the likes of Universal Pictures, Geffen Records and BBC America, designed to pique interest in and get people talking about upcoming movies and TV shows. Clips will be capped at 30 seconds, although Giphy is recommending a limit of 15 seconds because... attention spans.

Adorable 'Baby Yoda' GIFs return after Giphy mix-up

  Adorable 'Baby Yoda' GIFs return after Giphy mix-up One of the most relentlessly adorable characters in Star Wars history just got caught up in some copyright confusion. Giphy has restored GIFs of Disney+ series The Mandalorian's stand-out character The Child (nicknamed "baby Yoda" because well, look at him) after "confusion" over whether or not the animations were allowed. The Vulture claimed in a spoiler-laden piece that the GIFs of the cute-as-hell character were taken down for "copyrightThe move will likely prove a relief if you just have to share the little tyke with everyone you know (straight-up: if you've seen the series, you'll probably want to).

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Giphy is again moving beyond the traditional confines of everyone's favorite animated image format , the GIF. The company is soft launching its video All of the entrants had 18 seconds to tell their stories, but the time constraint on Giphy ' s video platform is a little more relaxed -- it hosts videos

At this juncture, the move is certainly revenue-driven, but the success of audio GIFs will undoubtedly lie in user-generated content -- Imgur did something in this vein last year. As Giphy CEO Alex Chung tells Variety, "It took years for GIFs to be popular." And when they did eventually hit the mainstream, it was meme culture and the Extremely Online types that got them there -- not corporations. But, Chung says, the company has no plans yet to open up the platform to the general population. Still, if the format exists, it won't be long before someone gets it into the hands of regular users -- whether or not that's Giphy remains to be seen.

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