Startups like Vyclone and 45sound have been working on apps for a while that help fans at music concerts shoot and share collaborative videos, which bands can then make available. 45sound recently rebranded as FanFootage, and has just worked on an interesting project for Kodaline. The Irish band played to 14,000 fans in Dublin last month, asking them to use FanFootage to upload clips of their final song ‘All I Want’. The clips have then been edited together with the official live audio recording and published as a video on Vevo. However, fans can go to the FanFootage website or apps to watch the individual camera angles. “We have been looking forward to a special live performance which would really show how FanFootage can help capture the moment through the unique perspective of the fans themselves, and this is the video we were waiting for,” says CEO Cathal Furey. FanFootage has now worked with 229 artists in 20 countries, according to its own stats.

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