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New VideoBomb App Lets Users Insert Themselves Into Popular Music Videos

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Other 15th Jun 2017 tubefilter


Videobombing” involves inserting oneself into a video that is focusing on something else (this is my personal favorite example.) The act — a close cousin of photobombing — is the basis for a new app called VideoBomb, which is now available through the App Store.

VideoBomb features a library of 47,000 clips, including music videos from the likes of Miley Cyrus, Luke Bryan, and DJ Khaled. Users can import their own footage into the app and splice it into the original video to create their own videobombs. Non-paying users can only doctor 15 or 30-second portions of the original music videos; unlocking entire songs for your videobombing purposes will run you $1.99 for each track.

 

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