Using video editing automation is an effective way of creating large amounts of video content, such as slideshow videos, video ads, or social media videos. Whether it involves tasks like adding watermarks, intros, or outros to videos, trimming, cropping, or resizing video content, or even generating brand-new videos from text, images, and video clips, all of these tasks can be completely automated.
This page describes three methods to automate video editing, both with and without using code:
The first step involves creating a template that serves as the basis for your video automation workflow. This template specifies the editing operations to be automated, such as adding watermarks or merging multiple video elements into one. Alternatively, you can set up a video design to generate entirely new videos based on text, images, video clips, and other elements.
Using the online template editor, which provides many customization tools, you can create your own video designs for a wide range of use cases. In addition to creating your own video template, you can also start with a ready-made template.
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Once you have a template ready, you can choose one of the following three automation methods:
No matter the use case, there's always a way to get fast results through video automation.
If you're not sure which automation method to use, try the spreadsheet approach first. You can always decide later if a no-code tool like Zapier or integrating with the API works better for you. For some inspiration, make sure to check out the step-by-step tutorials on automated video editing.
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