We didn’t have to wait too long anymore, as the developers of Viddyoze have tweaked the servers to render our requested videos much faster. Congratulations to the Viddyoze team!
Here are some examples of Intros made using Viddyoze.
IMPORTANT: You’ll need to right-click on the link, then left-click on “Save Link As…” or “Save File As…” and save it to your hard disk first. From there, you may view it, and even add it to your Windows Movie Maker projects.
I didn’t add any audio, so that you can have full flexibility when creating your own videos.
Remember: Rightclick, then download. Otherwise, you’ll get a “Video can’t be played because the file is corrupt” error message.
The video file clip is meant to be added to your video project. It’s not meant to be viewed online. For some reason, if you upload the Intro mp4 video clip to Facebook, it plays. But if you go straight to the mp4 link in a webserver outside of Facebook, it doesn’t play. As my techie friends would say: Mumu…
Here’s what the Intro video clip looks like (Thank you, YouTube!):
Your website http URL or address appears, the camera pans to the right, an animated icon clicks on a blue GO button.
Then there’s a Call to Action. Don’t make this too long. Suggestion: Your blog’s domain name.
Below it is a blue button. It’s not clickable, so we used the “Visit Now!” call to action. It helps to have a short and memorable domain name.
Anyway, since this is just the Intro video clip, you may mention your website in the main body of your video message.
Would you like me to make an Intro video clip for you? Join Team #AKMB at Ignition Marketing.
Manny M. Viloria