The evolution of video production keeps getting more and more streamlined. The process of creating professional looking video is becoming increasingly easier for the layman (which is good news to someone like me who comes up with ideas faster than I know how to execute them).
The new PROMO platform from Slidely is a good example! Although still in its Beta stage, PROMO is allowing users to upload photos, video, music and create a snappy looking product in minutes.
You are the director
That said, what’s stopping you from creating an instant ad that promos (no pun intended) your business? PROMO seems to take the very best elements of Slidely Show and simplify it even further.
Slidely Show for example, is a remarkable yet simple way for anyone to create a personal movie. Anyone can become a movie editor and create their own movie in minutes! Source media can be culled from Facebook, Dropbox or Instagram or you can pull from your own camera roll and add music or special effects to complete your movie!
Pull clips, add the tunes
According to the Slidely website, users don’t need any special edit skills or knowledge to create your own personal Promo.
Slidely is so easy to use that anyone can create a promo or movie.
It’s just a matter of selecting photos or video clips from a video file that live on your Facebook, Instagram or Dropbox accounts, or on your camera, with the “capture clip” feature. Next add the photos you want in your movie. Then give it life with your music!
It’s easy to see that using the Slidely PROMO Maker allows you to go viral with your startup slideshow in no time. And because you are linked to Faceook and LinkedIn you can get the word out immediately.
Slidely is a creative self-expression platform helping users share their visual moments creatively and emotionally. Slidely has connected more than 100M users through creative storytelling and allowed them to discover, share and create meaningful moments and experiences with friends and loved ones.
The company was featured by Apple as a ‘Best of AppStore 2014’ and has been featured in Mashable, TechCrunch, Yahoo, The Next Web and more.