Ever thought of making awesome gaming videos like Pewdiepie and Lirik?

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Jul 25, 2018, 4:55:14 AM via Website

ith the release of various short video apps and social media platforms, in addition to Youtube and Instagram, we now have many products to choose from.

Many developers have noticed the trend that more young gamers are willing to show themselves off, so there are more and more different platforms.

Whether you are good at singing, dancing, or playing video games, everyone can become a star in the comfort of their home.

Of course, this may be a exaggerated, because turning talents into interesting and quality videos may have many obstacles.And these obstacles may bury the talents of many individuals.

You may think that a great platform already exists. But it will be difficult to turn things that you are good at into videos.

That was my first thought, but along came Gamera.

This is a tool for mobile gamers. I used my best knowledge to describe it. She is a different type of screen recording tool. Best way to explain Gamera is that she is a game Replay auto-save tool.

When you have killed more than 20 people in a game of PUBG, make a continuous combo for 5 seconds in Candy Crush, or breaking through the obstacles in Helix Jump and making new record, making a video of the above and posting on Youtube will surely draw a crowd. But if you didn't saved it all, because you can't always have a screen recording tool turned on while playing games due to memory limitation or don't have the time to do up to an hour of video editing. That would be a tragic loss.

What Gamera does is that in the course of your game, she will automatically save the highlights and compile them into a short video of no more than 1 minute, and these short videos are all wonderful moments without exception. So, you don't need to think about when you should record, or how to edit. You can share these videos on your social media or send them to your friends. In addition to this AI highlight recognition technology, Gamera also allows users to manually save footage from the past 15 to 60 seconds, therefore you don't have to worry about missing any interesting moments. Now you can show off your contents on various platforms.

In fact, what Gamera does is to simplify the editing process, or finish the things you couldn't before. If you have walk 10 miles to go to work without any ride, what would happens if a subway ride system is implemented?

On the second day of the beta launch, Gamera received more than 6,000 downloads and got more than 90% positive feedback.