FlickDramatizer – Empowers you to skyrocket engagement with your video…
Unfortunately, without the right tool, video dramatization is difficult to do and it could take days to dramatize just one
FlickDramatizer is a desktop software that comes with both a Windows and Mac version, a great way to learn what it does and how it works, as well as what it is good for is to watch my full review video above.
For everyone who is not a fan of watching videos I will include a summery here as well though.
When I first got review access to FlickDramatizer, it did not work at all. Every time I tried to test in it totally crashed on my computer. Fortunately over working with the vendor over the course of a week we where able to figure out that the bug was one that is specific to my windows setup and the vendor was able to update the software to kill it. So once that was completed I was able to begin my full testing.
While FlickDramatizer has many different possible uses I’m going to focus this review on what I feel is probably its most important aspect, which is its ability to take a single image and turn it into an animated video.
So you might wonder why that’s important? Well anyone who has followed me for a while knows I’m a big fan of social marketing, specifically using Facebook for marketing. I personally run a very active and popular Facebook group, I also know a multiple people who do well with fan pages, and I am also a regular user of Facebook ads.
The problem with using Facebook for marketing though stems from the exact reason why you would want to use it in the first place. Everyone is on Facebook. What this means is that the average Facebook user is shown many, sometimes hundreds, of different things a day. Posts from friends, from fan pages, from groups, advertisements, promotional material, videos, graphics, text, it all shows in their timeline. The truth is that when you use Facebook for marketing you have only a few seconds to grab peoples attention.
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The old way to do this was with a cool post graphic, and this still works ‘fairly’ well (certainly better than just a text post). But a better way, a way that I have found consistently gets better results is to use videos. This makes sense when you think about it. Videos auto play in Facebook and they move. Movement grabs peoples attention. It stands out. It gets you noticed. I have actual real world data that shows me posts with videos consistently get better results than posts with images.
The down side to this of course is that you have to make a video. Many people don’t have the ability to do this. They don’t have the skill set, the software, or the time. This is the problem that FlickDramatizer solves. It allows you to take any image and make it a very eye catching animated video out of it. Its super fast to use and extremely flexible.