- Closest to Canva for Video and even better! Drag and drop animations, text styling, effects, templates etc. Easy to use interface to create videos for social media marketing, how to videos etc. Support is stellar! The team really wants us to succeed with video regardless of budget/professional ability to edit videos. http://bit.ly/2y4RasV
I have been using Typito since its early days and from what it was and what it is today is about tremendous progress. I have processed more than 50 videos in Typito. The best part is the ease of putting in interesting motion graphic text, which otherwise has to be done in some sort of a desktop based program which you would need to start learning from scratch. From basic text input, they have been adding more features by time and today, I think you can even make short videos including all elements like pictures, videos, music and text. The ease comes to its best with that publish button, where you can straight away publish to YouTube and Facebook. The best part about any technology is the ease of doing complicated tasks and having access for the common man, and that is the best part about Typito. They should start working on providing more motion graphic templates.
Typito does a great job of simplifying the video creation process for the world. Video editing software like adobe and final cut pro are heavy and can only be used by professional video editors with many months of experience (if not years).
Typito requires minutes to setup and the experience of creating a video is pretty delightful.
- Have a look at Lumen5, a web-based video editor that pulls in content from your blog articles and gives you access to royalty free images, video and audio, along with caption overlay. I'm using it to post videos on my Facebook page. Highly recommend it!