Wipster, a Wellington, New Zealand-based collaborative video review and approval platform, raised $1.2m in funding.
The backers were unnamed New Zealand-area angel investors.
The company will use the funds to grow operations.
Created by filmmaker Rollo Wenlock and a team of creative media tech experts, Wipster operates a cloud-based digital media review and approval platform designed for content creators, media teams, and anyone creating short-form video projects.
Its features include:
Import from Dropbox;
Frame Accurate Video Playback;
Content Rich Emails; and
The company has completed its first phase development with deployments across multiple segments involved in creating video, including large corporate enterprise customers as well as across the professional post-production, filmmaking and creative marketing/advertising communities. Moving forward, Wipster focuses on expanding its feature set and migrating its platform to mobile devices. Additionally in 2015, it will further enhance the professional video production workflow by introducing integration with editing, cloud storage and collaborations apps such as Apple’s Final Cut Pro X, Vimeo, Wistia, Basecamp, Box and Google Drive.