Do you want to make your videos look more professional?
An animated intro for your video enforces your channel’s identity so first-time viewers will know what your channel is all about. As you develop your video content, think about a branded intro and or outro.
Here are the top 5 ways to make an animated intro
for your videos on YouTube
1. Hire a freelancer
Visit Upwork.com and look for freelancers that specialize in creating video animations. Be prepared to pay between $50.00 and $500.00
Login to Fiver.com and go to Video and Animation – Intros and animated logos section. You can get a simple animated intro created for just $5.00 or pay a bit more for their packages
Search for animated intros on VideoHive.net
Visit animated intro examples at: http://www.splasheo.com/products/intro
This is cloud based software you can own that will allow you to create animated intros for your own videos as well as your clients’ videos. It also allows you to create animated transitions, outros, CTAs, etc.
Watch my review and demo of Viddyoze version 1.0.
Version 2.0 has even more effects.
Get Viddyoze 2.0 at:
Keep these 3 important things in mind
when making your animated intro
1. Keep it short so viewers can quickly and easily view the main content.
2. Introduce the Animated Intro after you give
a short intro of your video content.
3. Don’t make your Animated Intro so loud that it annoys your viewers.
Now you know how to make an animated intro
for your YouTube videos.
If you want to quickly and easily create professional animations for your videos get Viddyoze 2.0 at:
You’ll be able to create Intro Videos, Outro Videos, Mockup Videos, Transition Effects, Overlay Videos, Animated Title Videos, Social videos