An interactive video for the website of the porn film company Vivid Entertainment, where people can watch clips of hardcore videos they’ve filmed.
The video has been uploaded to Vivid’s YouTube channel.
The clip shows people sitting on a couch in a darkened room.
A man stands behind a couch, watching.
The man is dressed in a shirt and jeans, and is talking.
The clip ends with the man saying, “It’s time.”
The clip was uploaded on Nov. 13.
A day later, the clip had garnered more than 2.6 million views.
“You can see how it’s done,” said Vivid spokesperson Michael Cawley.
“There’s an animated, animated background, and then we use some music, a little bit of a narration.”
The narrator is a woman, and the background is a black background with a few white lights.
Cawly said the background color was chosen to give viewers a sense of the darkness.
“It’s not a very pretty scene,” Cawily said.
“So we wanted to go for something that you could actually see the real-life experience of it,” he added.
“We also wanted to make sure it wasn’t too graphic,” he said.
“It just so happens that we have a really cute little bunny.”
Cawly explained the company created a custom website that allows users to upload clips of their own videos and create a video on their own time.
It allows users “to go back and watch it at any time and any place, anytime.”
“It was just an easy way to keep a collection going and also share the clips, and really make it feel like you were in the scene,” he told Fox News.
Cawley said the company’s website has over 100,000 members and is popular among fans.
“There’s so many people out there who want to see the content and want to share it,” CAWLY said.
Crazy Credits”It is our goal to make our members as accessible as possible,” he explained.
“And we’re always going to try to make it as easy as possible for people to share and get it in the world,” Cawsley said.
Vivid has been in business for nearly two decades and was founded by Cawyle in 1994.
He said he believes his company is doing a good job with its mission of “promoting healthy, safe and fun relationships.”
The company also has been sued several times by the U.S. Department of Justice and the National Labor Relations Board, according to the website.