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Sep 7, 2020 3:54 PM ET

11 Video Makers That Make Your Life Easy As A Creator

iCrowd Newswire - Sep 7, 2020

Videos have become an inseparable part of the marketing strategy of any brand or business in 2020.

With statistics suggesting that by 2022, almost 82% of all promotional material created would be videos, the potential of video marketing is immense.

Brands are actively adopting video as their voice, and if you are still mulling over the thought, it’s highly suggested that you take the leap and start creating high-quality promotional videos.

Many businesses have ignored video marketing due to the presumption that video creation requires expensive software that may take weeks, if not months, to learn.

However, with the birth of online video makers, this video creation journey has been made easier.

In this post, we have curated a list of 11 best online video makers that allow you to edit videos online and create a well-crafted piece within minutes.

11 Online Video Makers

Finding the right video maker for your requirements may be difficult. Hence, we have a list for you to ponder and choose the video maker that best suits your requirements.

1. InVideo

If you are looking for a cloud-based easy to use video creation platforms, InVideo deserves a serious level of consideration.

The tool comes with 100’s of pre-existing templates that make any video creation project a breeze.

Moreover, with a plethora of customization options such as vector shapes, custom shape insertion, royalty-free audio tracks, and a library of 1M+ stock photos, InVideo can cater to all the project requirements.

2. RenderForest

RenderForest is a highly user-friendly video creation platform that lays out step-by-step guidelines for getting acquainted with the platform’s feature set.

This helps you in leveraging the platform to its full potential.

The tool also comes with access to 115,000+ royalty-free images to include in your videos, but there are no pre-existing templates.

This prevents the users from creating anything from scratch, and it’s all dependent on user-provided inputs.

3. Adobe Spark

This is a high-end video editor that is jam-packed with features and provides users with lots of video customization options.

Users can also choose from a wide variety of video templates that can be used to create high-quality videos from scratch.

Since it is an Adobe product, it comes with access to Adobe Stock, a repository of images that users can integrate with their videos.

One quirk with Adobe Spark is the fact that it only supports 2 aspect ratios: 16:9 and 1:1.

4. Flyr

Flyr is the perfect platform creating flashy social media videos owing to its collection of templates that may be overwhelming for some users.

The platform claims that it has millions of HD videos in its repository that can be accessed by paid users, and the platform is very simple to use.

Trial users can simply sign up and start using the creator. But it does not include access to pre-existing templates.

Moreover, the video creation capabilities of Flyr are highly limited and is a far cry from offline video creation platforms such as Davinci Resolve.

5. Kizoa

A drawback of Kizoa is it’s less than intuitive user interface that can take a bit of getting used to.

Although the platform offers a limited set of stock photos, its template collection is enormous. Users can find a template that perfectly suits their requirements.

Kizoa supports a majority of video aspect ratios with the option to download the video in 1080p, SD, and HD resolutions.

However, you must be a paid user for downloading the videos.

6. ClipChamp

ClipChamp is an excellent tool for budding video creators that has all the basic functionality that you could expect from an entry-level video maker.

The UI is appealing and highly intuitive, ensuring that new users won’t feel lost during the video creation process.

Free users are only allowed to export the created videos in 480p resolution, and there is no support for 1080p videos.

The number of screen ratios supported is also rather limited, hampering the possibility of sharing the videos on different social media channels.

7. HippoVideo

If you are looking for video creation platforms that only work with the Chrome browser, well, HippoVideo is one such creation platform.

The platform provides video creation functionality that is best suited for basic video creation using screen recording or webcam.

Talking about the stock library, you can find stock images from Flickr and PEXELS.

However, there are no pre-existing video assets available for users to integrate with their videos, which makes the video creation options fairly limited.

8. WeVideo

If you are looking to create videos for educational and teaching purposes, WeVideo can help you cater to that requirement.

Students can create high-quality videos on a secured cloud that can be constantly monitored by the teachers.

This makes WeVideo an excellent video creation choice for educational institutions.

Free users do not have access to WeVideo’s stock library of 450k+ images and can only use 22 of their 100k+ royalty-free audio collection.

The access to video aspect ratio option is also only provided to paid users, and even with the cheapest paid option, creators can only upload horizontal and square videos.

9. VideoCreek

If you are looking for the simplest outro maker, VideoCreek deserves serious consideration.

The platform provides a basic set of video creation options with a collection of 5 templates.

The video creation is quick, owing to bare bone video customization options and the limited color swatches available.

Biteable boasts of a rich stock library that has a plethora of content that can be used by creators. Paid users also get access to the millions of stock clips hosted on the Shutterstock platform.

10. takes its place in the arena of fully featured video creation platforms that has all the bells and whistles of a professional video creation platform.

The platform has everything that a beginner or an advanced video creator requires in their video creation journey.

The platform also has one of the largest collection of stock images and clips that stands at a staggering 400 million.

By using the expansive template set, users can easily create a video right from scratch by simply using the stock media from the platform.

11. Animoto

Animoto is a highly popular video creation platform that has a nice UI that enables seamless video creation.

With its step-by-step video creation guide, creators can easily navigate the platform and create an appealing video within minutes.

The platform only offers a music library and templatized stories that are short and may not cater to all the requirements of the users.

In order to create the perfect video, users will definitely need to shoot their own footage to fill the lack of video creation options void.


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