DigiFire Media announces the launch of VideoPen, a video animation software that allows all businesses to create highly engaging doodle animations.
DigiFire Media, a technology company based in Tallinn, announces the launch of its video animation software. Called VideoPen, the new solution allows businesses to quickly create professional-looking and engaging doodle animations.
More information about DigiFire Media is available via https://videopen.eu.
The company says the newly launched software provides companies with a cost-effective way to produce audio-visual materials. This is consistent with data that shows that 78% of brands have generated more traffic through video content.
VideoPen is geared towards companies that do not have in-house talent or lack the marketing budget to hire an external video production agency. The software is also suited for content creators, teachers, freelancers, YouTubers, and bloggers, among others.
The company says that usability was a key factor during VideoPen’s development, as most people do not have the technical know-how for video creation. Hence, the interface was designed to simplify and streamline the creation of doodle animations as much as possible.
VideoPen offers video templates that users can simply fill in with visuals, text, and voiceovers, similar to slideshow programs. It has a drag-and-drop experience, which allows users to quickly add or change design elements as they see fit.
It also comes with a suite of turn-key features that support video creation, such as 160 voice talent options, over a million doodle assets, a royalty-free music library, and more than 300 video templates. There is also a one-click translation engine that automatically converts text into more than 60 languages, including German, Chinese, French, Portuguese, and Dutch.
The company says that animated doodle videos can support a wide variety of goals, be it lead generation, sales campaigns, or product demonstration. Videos can be exported in various formats and sizes so they can be posted on platforms such as Facebook and YouTube.
It adds that doodle videos retain subject attention by 15% more than a live-narrative film. Moreover, this video format is three times more likely to be shared and can increase referrals to offers by 32%.
More information about DigiFire Media and VideoPen is available through https://digifire-media.business.site/posts/3177222409686472999?hl=en-US.
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