Video production company video production has become the new frontier of startups and the next big thing.
This month, video production software startup Zappos has just announced its first video production video with the support of video production giant Adobe, the second such collaboration for the software giant.
The video was produced by the company Zappocorp, which makes software for the video production industry.
The company also said it had partnered with Adobe to make it available for the next generation of video editors, video editors that can make video in the cloud.
The two companies announced the partnership at the Digital Trends show in New York City on Tuesday.
Zappos CEO and founder Jef Boehme told CNNTech that the partnership with Adobe was a win-win for both companies.
“We think it’s the first of its kind, a partnership that really helps the video editors of the future,” he said.
“This is an amazing partnership for both of us.
We’re thrilled to be able to work together on this new frontier.”
Zappocorgestates in San Francisco, California, where it employs about 700 people and was founded in 2011.
The software company offers a wide range of video editing and editing software and is best known for its software for creating 360-degree video, but it has also created video content for startups.
The new partnership with Zappo, according to Zappovos CEO Boehmes, is a way for the two companies to continue working together.
“The goal of this partnership is to help Zappoclip, a growing video production platform, and Zappobots, a more sophisticated editing platform, to bring their respective capabilities together,” Boehmetes said in a statement.
“We’re proud to be a part of a company that is building these capabilities together.”
The Zappomos video comes just months after Zappots first video collaboration was announced with Adobe.
Zapposcorp has also collaborated with video producer Thelma Rose to make the video available to the Adobe platform.
Rose said she had been approached by Zappotech about the video collaboration.
“Zappotos has been so responsive and enthusiastic,” she said in the statement.
She added that the company is excited about the partnership.
“I am extremely happy to have been approached with this project and to have this video produced with Zopo.
I am honored to be part of such an incredible and talented team.”
The partnership between ZappOCorp and Adobe is just the latest in a string of partnerships between startups and video producers.
Earlier this year, Adobe announced it was partnering with software giant Adobe to develop new tools for video editors.
The project will help the video editor with a “truly seamless experience,” said Adobe VP of Creative Technologies Matt Johnson in a blog post.
“This is going to be the future of video and it will help video editors create video in a completely seamless way,” Johnson said.