Great New Video Tool

For those looking to add a little spice to some photos on their blog, there’s a great new video tool called Animoto. The website allows you to upload photos (or import from Facebook, SmugMug, Picasa or Flickr), say from your latest company conference, add music from a pre-selected list or import your own mp3. It then goes away and creates a unique video based on the photos and music. See below for an example:

You can create unlimited 30 second videos for free (Animoto Shorts), or extended length (and downloadable) ones for $3 each or $30 for a year (or $25 with this code: tlobsvqg), and I almost guarantee you’ll sign up for one of the options when you see the results! Short video creation can take about 10 minutes, and if you’re not happy with the results you can just press Remix, and as no two videos are the same you’ll get something else. Give it a try for free.

If you’re interested in video, as a free gift to all my newsletter subscribers, you can now get the Ultimate Guide to Online Video for free! A 45 page report looking at 61 different video sharing and video editing sites, this is yours if you sign up to my newsletter.

[Via: Brendon over at Tailored Consulting]

8 thoughts on “Great New Video Tool”

  1. I too just found this site, and think it is a unique idea.

    I am not a techie, so i love its ease. I’m putting together a quick video for my father in laws restaurant, to slap it on the restaurants blog. Nice!

    Cant remember now how i found you. Sorry. But i like your concept and blog. Missy.

  2. I too just found this site, and think it is a unique idea.

    I am not a techie, so i love its ease. I’m putting together a quick video for my father in laws restaurant, to slap it on the restaurants blog. Nice!

    Cant remember now how i found you. Sorry. But i like your concept and blog. Missy.

  3. Hi Denise,
    It’s just pictures as far as I know, however you could easily create jpg pictures of your slides and import them – it’s a actually a great idea, however it will be difficult to make sure all the slides are readable as some disappear really quickly and get chopped up. However you can test for free for a 30 second video, I’d be happy to give you a hand if you need one? Just email me as always. I paid $3 for a full length video to test and it was EXCELLENT!
    Joel

  4. Hi Denise,
    It’s just pictures as far as I know, however you could easily create jpg pictures of your slides and import them – it’s a actually a great idea, however it will be difficult to make sure all the slides are readable as some disappear really quickly and get chopped up. However you can test for free for a 30 second video, I’d be happy to give you a hand if you need one? Just email me as always. I paid $3 for a full length video to test and it was EXCELLENT!
    Joel

  5. Hi Joel
    Looks great especially for a non techie. Is it just pictures or can you add in some poerpoint slides witha url??It does not actually say on the site?
    Thanks

    Denise

  6. Hi Joel
    Looks great especially for a non techie. Is it just pictures or can you add in some poerpoint slides witha url??It does not actually say on the site?
    Thanks

    Denise

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