Location: Berkeley College, Manhattan Campus
Date: October 23, 2015 – 3:00pm-5:00pm
Contact: Robin O’Hanlon- email@example.com
Rory Sacks – firstname.lastname@example.org
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Web based-animation tools
- GoAnimate – “Is a cloud-based platform for making animated business videos.”
- Fee- 3 tier model, $40-$160 month
- Common Craft – “Ourlibrary of ready-make videos is designed to help you introduce complex subjects in about three minutes. Members can embed videos, download the files, and even use versions with captions.”
- Fee – Based on organization size/type
- Moovly – “Create animated videos and presentations with this free online video maker software.””
- Fee- 3 tier model, Free-$25/month
- PowToon –“Sells cloud-based software for creating animated presentations and animated explainer videos.”
- Fee- 3 tier model, Free-$127/month
- CrazyTalk – “Uses sound and text to vividly animate facial images.”
- Fee- Software – Pro $200.00/Standard – $99.00
- Sellamations – “Sellamation can create scribed doodle videos from practically any topic using rapid drawn animation techniques.”
- Fee- Starts at $297.00 per minute
Video Production Help – NYC Area