Captivate from the start with Biteable’s intro video maker

Start and end your videos with a bang. Use the Biteable video maker to reel in audiences and boost your business.

What is your intro and outro video for?

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How to make an intro or outro video in a few easy steps

  1. Start by opening Biteable. Do it on your phone, tablet, or computer.
  2. Browse our range of intro and outro templates. Pick one or start from scratch.
  3. Log in to Biteable or make a basic account to get started.
  4. Get editing and feel like a pro in minutes (seriously).
  5. Upload your new intro/outro video to your social feeds (you big marketing guru).
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Getting started

Kickstart your business videos with Biteable’s intro and outro maker software

Ever heard of a sizzling start? Think about your favorite films, TV shows, and video ads. You can guarantee they have a start that hooks you and an end that packs a punch. Your video is like a burger — a delicious burger — and your intro and outro are the buns.

It’s time to butter them up.

Become a master in minutes

Biteable was designed for anyone to use. Now you have professional-looking intro and outro videos at your fingertips, without having to spend time and money exchanging emails with a video agency that just doesn’t seem to ‘get it’.

Become an online creator

You can make intro and outro videos without paying a dime. Accounts have nearly full access to our video making software, including the ability to directly upload your videos to social media and share them around. If you like what you see, you can upgrade to a Premium membership to remove the watermark and gain access to our premium footage.

Look pro, feel pro

Biteable has a team of ace in-house animators and designers constantly creating new scenes that you can use in your videos. The result? You can make professional-looking intro and outro videos without needing a degree in digital animation. All you need to do is open up the Biteable video maker and choose the ones you like best.

So, have you got an intro and outro video in mind? It’s time to make a splash.

Biteable generously offers many (hundreds?) of templates and regularly share tips and tricks on their blog.

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The basics

Make intro and outro videos that blow minds

Using Biteable’s online video maker, creating intro and outro videos couldn’t be easier. The hardest part will be convincing viewers you didn’t pay an agency to make it. Here’s how to get started.

Jump in with a template

Intro and outro videos are a fine art. Our team of marketing experts, designers, and copywriters have created templates guaranteed to wow your viewers.

Once you find a template you like, simply click the thumbnail to get started. From there, editing your intro or outro video couldn’t be easier. If you prefer, you can start from a blank slate and build your video from our vast library of individual animated scenes. If you’re a Premium user, you’ll also have a library of 80,000+ stock footage clips to choose from.

Make it dazzle (your way)

Biteable’s online video making software makes editing easy, no matter who you are. Change the text to suit your brand, add some custom clips, upload your own audio, or choose from our library of tunes.

Maybe the color scheme doesn’t work? No problem. Jump in and change the colours to suit your brand. Slap your logo in the intro or outro scene and you’re good to go.

Done? Head over to the preview section and export your video.

Pro tips

Rake in the views

Congrats. Your intro or outro video is a gem. A surefire hit. But with just a little bit more consideration, you could turn a great video into an incredible one. We’ve got a few more tips up our sleeve. Like a perfect dessert, we save the best for last.

Set your tone

The tone of your intro (and outro) will set the tone for the rest of your video, so it’s in your best interest to get it right. Take a look at your content, your business, your product, now think about the audience you’re marketing it to. Would they want an intro involving animated characters, or would they want something a bit more straightforward? Doing a bit of cyber-digging into the tastes of your demographic will go a long way toward setting a tone viewers can identify with.

Find a style that works

If your intro is fun and recognisable, people will be more likely to engage with and share your content. Be open to experimentation — study the performance of your videos, the comments and metrics like where people stop watching, and adjust accordingly.

Once you build a style that works, stick with it. If you follow the above steps and make your intro synonymous with your brand identity, viewers will start recognising your content just by the colours and intro, making them even more likely to stick around.

Bite-sized is best

Sometimes, the simplest advice is the best. Make your video short & sweet. A good intro is usually fairly quick, no more than 20 seconds (preferably between 3-10), and will have a very small amount of text or voiceover. Save the fleshy details for the bulk of your video. The intro needs to do one thing and one thing only — capture your viewer’s attention.

Keep the outro for the important facts — your name, how people can contact you, and a logo so viewers can identify you at a glance.

Further reading

More tips on creating intro and outro videos

The Biteable blog is loaded with helpful tips by industry-certified experts to turn your intro and outro videos into any marketer’s envy.