How to contribute to Kinomap and join our Reward Program?
Share your videos with the community, discover how to join our reward program and earn money
Record a geolocated video
You are a cyclist, a runner or a rower? You would like to share your outdoor experiences with the community and take part in our reward program? You will find here all the information you need and the best tips about how to record a geolocated video, have the best quality and results.
You are a sports coach, you would like to share your cycling, running or rowing coaching videos with the community and take part in our reward program? You will find here all the information you need and the best tips about how to record a coaching video and have the best quality.
Here is the information regarding the quality criteria of the platform's videos.
Excellent : Good quality videos with stabilized image, camera with good position (no handlebars, wheels or other visible on the image), no data from other software on the image, good weather and very good interest of the track.
Good : Good quality videos with stabilized image, relevant for the indoor training (cycling, running or rowing) with a normal interest of the track.
Medium : Good quality videos but not stabilized, relevant for indoor training, and normal interest of the track.
Bad: Everything else (not available on the app)
For the video makers, Kinomap offers a reward program that is based on video audiences from users when training on their home/bike trainers but also any exercise bike, spinning bike, cross-trainer, treadmill, and rower. The good news is that ALL of our video makers are automatically eligible for the reward program, as soon as they generate a minimum revenue.
Get a free subscription
Each month, we are rewarding our video makers with a one-month free subscription on Kinomap. The only rule to get it is to post at least one video per month.
To earn money, we have a reward program based on the video audience. Everyone is eligible for the reward program as soon as your videos generate a minimum of 100€ per year.