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I’ll be the first to admit that video is not my area of expertise. While I’m getting a little better with practice, it was the editing software that really intimidated me. While I’d love to eventually learn all the complicated video software programs, I just don’t have time for that right now.
That’s why I almost fell out of my chair when a blogger friend told me about InVideo. It’s basically like Canva for video. It has tons of templates and video formats so whether you’re creating an Instagram story or a YouTube video, you can find exactly the right template. You can also build videos from scratch.
I’m sure you’ve heard that video is the way of the future. Brands are willing to pay more for video content. Search engines are looking for video content. Instagram algorithms are all about video. But video can be intimidating and the software programs can be time-consuming to figure out.
That’s why I was THRILLED to find this solution. InVideo makes it super easy to add text overlays or background music, and they have a huge library of music, stock photos, and videos to choose from!
You can stitch videos together, whether it’s a screen recording from your phone or a video you shot on your DLSR camera. You simply upload the video clip then drag it and drop it into InVideo. You can add text, music, remove the sound, or add special effects.
I love that the templates are an easy way to get started, but you can also start from a totally blank canvas if you want to build your own. Their media library comes with tons of stock photos and videos. I signed up for the Business account which means I have access to more stock photos and videos, but there are still great options with the free plan!
I literally can’t believe how much easier it is to edit video with InVideo! They have different plans depending on what you need, and the free plan offers tons of features! I signed up for the business plan, but the free plan offers plenty to get you started!
Here’s an example of a video I made for a sponsored post. I put my phone on a tripod, shot the clips individually, stitched them together, sped up the footage, then added music and captions!
If you’re looking to get started with video, I think this is a great option. I love that it’s so easy to use!
Give InVideo a try and let me know what you think!