People love their GoPros. In 2013 alone, the company sold nearly 4 million of its durable, portable video cameras. And those cameras have been used to capture millions upon millions of videos, including everything from drones to action sports.
There’s just one problem: Most people don’t have the patience to sort through all the footage to find and share all the interesting moments they shot while skiing or surfing or skateboarding or ballooning.
Over all the videos shot, only about 20,000 will get downloaded via GoPro’s own software (though admittedly, people can use other tools), and only about 6,000 videos will make it to YouTube each day. The rest of that video gets stuck either on the device or stored away on a hard drive somewhere.
But there’s a new startup, called BrightSky Labs, that wants to liberate the videos that people shoot with their GoPros, and make it…
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