Viddyoze 2.0 Review
Does it fill a need?
People expect more eye catching and professional videos; Viddyoze does all of this and improves viewer engagement.
It’s well designed and easy to use, the only points lost were for previewing and rendering. Viddyoze is a business in a box or in the very least it will save you on design costs.
Viddyoze 2.0 is the latest version of the ground breaking video animation software created by Joey Xoto and team.
Viddyoze 1.0 took the market by storm, allowing all video marketers to immediately improve the professional look of their videos.
However 1.0 only focused on logo intros and outros.
Though these video affects are the bread and butter of the system Joey and team have improved the dashboard and render speed.
The number of templates now stands at over 200 (out of the box) and there are a ton of new features.
Now it’s worth mentioning straight off that I had a rendering issue in my beta testing account so at the time of writing this there were rendering delays.
This is something that should be improved by launch but rendering is one of two slight drawbacks of the system.
First, there is no on screen preview so you can’t see your work or changes until you render and download it.
I believe this is a complicated process so don’t expect it change any time soon.
And second, the rendering (I’ve also heard from other affiliates) can range from 2 minutes to 1 hour.
Those are the only real current drawbacks; remember the cost of one of these videos would pretty much pay for the system.
So if you just need a little patience to use it then happy days.
You can set a video to render and just check back later as it’s all online. I’m sure they will be working on improving this moving forward.
On a quick note I found Viddyoze performs better when using it in Chrome.
That said 2.0 has brought a stack of new features which more than make up for any delays.
I’ve stacked a whole bunch of demo videos on this page but 2.0 now allows you to create logo stingers, intros, outros, video effect overlays, transitions to switch between clips, Social Media end screens (great for FB and YouTube), lower third banners (like the news), alpha effects and title clips.
All of the animations are the best I’ve seen out there, they must have some talented designers; even better than anything you see on Fiverr or similar sites.
This alone makes Viddyoze a great business opportunity as you could sell these on Fiverr and other freelancer sites.
All it would take is a few clicks of you mouse to produce.
But having this tool for your own business will make even the drabbest video look professional and more engaging.
It’s been proven that 3D intros actually improve view rates as they draw us to the video.
Viddyoze comes packed with templates to get you started but if you’re anything like me then you’ll want regular and new designs.
You can get more by joining the template club (OTO1). This is especially useful if you intend to sell the videos.
One last thing worth mentioning is that you’ll still need to edit your videos together, it should work with most major paid and free editors.
Vendor Demo Video
Would I Recommend It?
Yes 100%, you’ll hear a lot of hype but it actually live up to it all.
I’ll be buying my copy during launch and will be using it to improve the quality of my videos moving forward. I highly recommend you do the same.
Give it a try for 30 days risk free and as always if you want to ask me anything send me an email on [email protected]