Imint

About Imint

Good enough isn’t our thing

In the information noise of today you really need to do something spectacular to stand out. That is the attitude that best describes our end users’ point of view. They always want the best possible results. Results that make them proud. This is also the state of mind that permeates everything we do.

At Imint we want to revolutionize the way video is captured, enhanced, shared and consumed. The guiding star for us has always been to blot out the differences in the experience delivered by a small camera equipment such as that in a smartphone from that generated by professional equipment.

Vidhance, the video enhancement platform by Imint, is a world leading video enhancement platform, developed and refined over a decade by some of the sharpest minds in the industry. Vidhance disrupts the notion of what can and cannot be done, not only on a smartphone, but in every situation that requires premium video enhancement.

Today, you’ll find our headquarters in Uppsala, Sweden, with sales & support offices in Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo. Welcome to our revolution!

35

Employees and growing

10+

years as innovation leaders

150M+

Units globally

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With the deep cooperation with Imint, Xiaomi could always lead the market with cutting edge technology in the camera domain. Xiaomi launched Qualcomm 845 smartphones on the market with Vidhance Video Stabilization successfully integrated.
Xuanran Wang
Head of Xiaomi Camera Software Technology
Nathan-Li-MTK
MediaTek is committed to making great mobile experiences accessible to consumers around the globe. With its Vidhance software, IMINT is enabling our customers to bring to market cutting-edge smartphones with the latest video capabilities.
Nathan Li
Marketing Director at MediaTek
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Vidhance Selfie is certainly a game changer for anyone who loves to shoot video with their selfie camera. If you’ve ever tried to watch a YouTube video of someone violently shaking their phone as they speak, you’d know how much they could benefit.
Ricky Villacrez
Editor at GSMArena

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