Let video presentations do the talking for you. Use Biteable’s online video creator to have your presentation ready in minutes.
What sort of video presentation do you want to make?
How to make an animated presentation video in minutes
- Log in to your Biteable account or sign up here.
- Find a video presentation template that works for you and click ‘Edit video’ to get started.
- Use our easy-as-pie video maker to upload clips, change the text, colors, and music, and edit the presentation as you see fit.
- Export your video. Use it in a meeting, send it in an email, or upload it to social media.
- Buy yourself a cookie.
Video presentation software that works
Consider the situation: you’ve had a busy week, your to-do list is piling up, and you forgot you’re running a staff presentation first thing tomorrow morning. We’ve all been there.
The good news? You don’t have to grind until 4am to get it done. The great news? You can finish before dinner and still have time to watch cat videos on YouTube, because Biteable makes it easy to create video presentations in a flash.
Become an expert in minutes
Biteable’s online video maker just makes sense. It doesn’t matter if you studied marketing or not – you can make a professional-looking video presentation in minutes. All you need is a topic. With a huge range of templates and animation to choose from, the hardest part will be getting people to believe you made it yourself.
Don’t take out a loan
Gone are the days of paying a team of marketers to come up with your next big strategy.
Play around in our video editor for as long as you want and make as many videos as you like. Upload them to your social media feeds, send them to your team, watch them in bed. If you like what you see, you can upgrade to Premium membership to access more scenes (80,000+ of them!) and remove the watermark on basic videos.
I used your product for a business presentation today and it stunned my team. Thanks, Biteable!
I love this tool! It allows me to create professional animations fast, without having to use After Effects.
Creating your first video presentation is easy as pie
There’s no limit to what you can achieve with a gorgeous video presentation. Whether you’re looking for some stunning backup to a talk you’re giving, showing photos from your business retreat, or slamming down real facts with an infographic, Biteable’s ready-made presentation templates have you covered (and then some).
Templates that do the job for you
Your job: Make a stunning video presentation.
Our job: To give you the templates to make it happen.
You shouldn’t have to spend hours watching YouTube tutorials on how to make stellar video presentations, or downloading trials for video editing software that locks you out after an hour of use. It’s as simple as asking what sort of video presentation you want to make and then finding a Biteable template that fits.
Add that magic touch (you!)
It’s time to add some oil to the pan and make that video presentation sizzle. Browse our library for scenes, add your text and logo, and customise the colors to suit your brand. Pretty soon you’ll have a presentation people won’t forget.
Congrats, you’re now a video-making pro, and it only took a couple of minutes. But that’s not all, we’ve got a few more tips that’ll turn your video presentation into gold.
Make a video presentation that rocks socks off
Turn your video presentations up to 11
Although you could walk away now with stunning video presentations, it never hurts to dig a bit deeper and really make your video presentation stand out. The best tips are still to come.
Keep it clear and simple
Don’t use overly long words and complex jargon. Everyone knows you’re the expert (you’re giving the presentation) so communicate your ideas simply and effectively, otherwise you’ll risk losing their attention – people usually tune out when they’re confused (we’ve all done it).
The best way to do this is to keep your core message simple. Sit down before you start editing and dilute your main point into a single sentence. If you can’t, you’re probably trying to do too much. Work out what information your audience will find useful and interesting, and cut everything else.
Short, sweet, and punchy
Don’t just dive into the deep end. Begin your video with a catchy introduction that sums everything up in a nutshell and add a similarly pithy outro at the end. People are more likely to remember your presentation if it’s neatly summed up, so make sure to include a list of the main points toward the end.
You’re more likely to hold attention if your video presentation doesn’t go for three hours. Just saying.
Format and proof your text
When using Biteable, it’s important to experiment with how your text looks on the screen. For example, if you have two lines of text and one is much longer than the other, it can appear awkward and badly designed. You can make both lines the same length by hitting ‘Enter’ or ‘Return’ in the middle of the sentence and forcing the second half onto the second line. If you need to create new slides to fit more text, go for it – it’s better than trying to cram too much into a single frame.
Also, make sure you proof your text. Poor grammar, spelling, and punctuation will undermine your professionalism.
Good luck. You’ve got this in the bag.
Harder, better, faster, stronger
We’ve got tips out the wazoo on making video presentations that stand out. Have a look at some links from the Biteable blog below – you’re guaranteed to find some useful stuff.