How to Win an Apple iMac With Kids’ Movies You Make
Published by Sierra Monica P. on February 12, 2010 under Home
This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Moviestorm. All opinions are 100% mine.
Many computer users start to feel interested in video creation at early ages. If you are one of them, then you’ll probably be happy to find out that Moviestorm came up with an interesting idea to give you the chance to use your talent and win a $2,000 Apple iMac all-in-one desktop computer.
They want to challenge you to make a show for kids using the Fun Land pack and if you get it shown on TV you will get a brand new iMac.
The condition seems pretty hard, but you can show your video on TV at any channel on the globe, in any language, and it can be about anything you want. It can be something funny to make others laugh, or something educational.
I wouldn’t know how to do that, but maybe for you it’s different because you have talent and a big prize as the target.
Now let’s find out more about the Moviestorm tools for creating the special video. Moviestorm is a virtual movie studio that provides all the necessary tools for creating animated videos and, of course, you will have to spend some money to get these, but unlike other similar software, it doesn’t come so expensive. The subscription-based program costs $8 per month, which means $0.25 per day.
You probably don’t know if it’s worth wasting your time, so you can do what I did to find out more about the software, which was to download and try it. You have the possibility to download the free version of Moviestorm first and use the built-in tools to see if you like it and if it suits your needs. It works on both Windows and Mac systems and before you download it from the official site you have to create an account and login within the application on the desktop.
In addition you can get content packs that help you do more with the software, including creating horror movies, romance, music videos, cop shows and even Sci-Fi videos.
If you are subscribed to Moviestorm you get access to a real-world movie-making environment and have the possibility to rent content packs by day or by month.
Moviestorm seems easy to use and fun, and you can create really cool kids’ videos with it, without having advanced experience with movie creation software.
Check the Moviestorm Challenge for yourselves and good luck in winning the Apple iMac all-in-one desktop computer!