Turn your photos into videos with the easiest online video tool
- Create a video project.
- Upload your photos.
- Arrange, edit, animate — simples.
Need a quick and easy image-to-video maker?
Using images in videos has come a long way since the days of star wipes. If you want to create content that easily combines images into video, Biteable is the browser-based online video maker you’ve been waiting for.
1. Start by creating a new video project
Head over to the Biteable video maker and hit ‘Create new video’. Not on Biteable yet? No prob. Start your free trial and check it out. Then pick from hundreds of templates or start a video from scratch.
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2. Upload your images
In your timeline, click ‘Add scene’. You’ll be taken to a library of images and videos. Either choose from the (huge) library of images or click ‘Upload’ to add your own.
To change the order of your images, drag and drop scenes to different places on the timeline. To change the timing of a scene, you can trim it to make it shorter or longer.
4. Edit your images
Add movement to an image by choosing an ‘Image effect’. A subtle pan or swipe will bring static pictures to life. Or use the ‘Flip horizontally’ option to mirror it. You can also add more transitions between your images to make things even jazzier.
Take it to the next level by adding animated text, icons, a background track, and other goodies to your newly minted video.
5. Export or share your high-res video
And voila. An easy-as-pie photo to video converter. Preview your creation as you go. When it’s done, download your video or share it in a snap with a trackable link.
Biteable is a winner. I’ve created a small agency offering very inexpensive videos based on their quality and creativity.
I absolutely love Biteable -- it's the best video maker I've tried so far.
Combine images into a video: done. What else would you like to learn?
The Biteable blog is chock-full of tips and tricks to help you become a video-making whiz. Try one of these articles to further your knowledge.