What Is An Explainer Video?

Remember Ricky Ricardo when he was certain that Lucy had cooked up another hair brained scheme? He would question her until she was no longer able to avoid telling him what she had done and he would say, “Start splaining, Lucy!”

Well, if Lucy had access to Explaindio, she would have been able to show him an explainer video that would have told him the entire scheme…

Explainer videos are a great way of communicating with video. They are basically a video that shows how to do something, reveals details about something or just tells a story using text and music or voice.

Explaindio is a program that makes creating explainer videos a piece of cake!

You simply create a project, add a slide or slides from the many templates that come with the software, and add your text and graphics. When you are finished adding slides, you can add music (from the 20 royalty free tunes that come with the package) or record a voiceover and then render the video.

I mean, come on, this is really easy!

Some additional features include the ability to add video as a background to the slides (with or without the sound from the clip) and make those cool whiteboard hand drawing text and graphics right over the video or just on the slides. You have a wealth of creative power over your videos with Explaindio!

Check it out while the price is so low!

http://onlinevideoworkshop.com/explaindio

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To your success,

Micheal & Yvonne – OnlineVideoWorkshop.com

PS – We want to see some of the videos you create with this program! Make sure you comment with your video links.

Here is the link to the software again:

http://onlinevideoworkshop.com/explaindio

PPS – Did I forget to tell you that you can import the templates from Video Maker FX into this baby?

Reprinted with permission from Online Video Workshophttp://onlinevideoworkshop.com/start-splaining-lucy/

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