An Unbiased Review Of FlexClip – A Great Choice For Making Short Videos.
Content is more important than ever, not only seen in private, but also in business. It is still true that a picture is worth a thousand words, and it is therefore not entirely without reason that there are countless companies online that offer video services.
After all, working with extensive packages from giants such as Adobe is not only complex but also relatively expensive. In this article, we review one of these services: FlexClip.
FlexClip is a free online video maker that helps users convert their photos and video clips into, they say, professional videos. And this without requiring design skills. FlexClip offers a free variant, but there are also paid variants.
Depending on the package you choose, you can get started with over a thousand ready-made templates, over a million stock images, and built-in elements and figures that you can use to create and animate videos.
There are reportedly numerous tech giants already using FlexClip, such as Microsoft, Google, Dropbox, and Story Blocks. Reason enough for us to test this apparently popular video service.
In order to be able to review optimally, we have tried out a paid version of FlexClip. When opening the program, it immediately becomes clear that everything within the tool is aimed at user-friendliness.
It’s fairly straightforward and you don’t (indeed) need to have any technical skills to get started with FlexClip. In principle, the program guides you through the entire process, easily within your web browser.
If you want to create a project, you can choose to work from a template or startfrom scratch’. For the sake of convenience, a template is useful and it makes a difference that there are a lot of templates available, something for everyone. And did you then start? Then you can easily change and personalize texts and images/videos.
FlexClip Pricing Plans
It does have a free version but with limitations. Plus plan is recommended if you would like to pay.
In our view, the biggest advantage is user-friendliness. You can simply create and export a nice clip while clicking. The available material is also an advantage. You don’t have to worry about copyrights and the like. At least not if you use a paid version.
In addition, the product is relatively competitively priced. You can use a free version, but a paid version is (of course) better for more features. The paid version starts at less than 5 dollars per month and for the most extensive ‘business’ package you pay less than 20 dollars per month.
All in all, these are not shocking amounts. And if we look at the business package, you also get nice features. Think of videos that you can download as 1080p Full-HD, videos up to 30 minutes long,
FlexClip offers many advantages, but we have also encountered some things that are slightly less. For example, it lacks some advanced editing features like other professional programs. And the export process may stagnate and it can take a very long time before your video is ready. But this ‘disadvantage’ is also negligible.
All in All
FlexClip offers a nice video service that offers many features. Certainly compared to the price of the paid variant (s), it could be a good choice for video making and editing, which you can create good video content and distribute it through various channels.