Automatically edit hundreds, or even thousands, of short-form videos for social media and marketing in just minutes. Video automation helps by adding overlays, stitching, resizing, and generating brand-new video content from dynamic data.
Batch video editing begins with a video template, serving as a blueprint for all your videos. Within this template, you can specify which video editing operations should be performed (watermarking, trimming, cropping, etc.). You can also define placeholder elements, such as text and media, that can be replaced with different content.
While there are ready-made templates available, you may prefer to create your own designs. You can do this in the online template editor, which provides all the tools you need to create and edit videos according to your needs.
Once you have a template in place, the next step is to prepare a spreadsheet. Here, you can upload video clips for editing, import a CSV file, or add text and images to generate fresh video content.
Then, with just the push of a button, Creatomate handles the creation and editing of your videos - all at once. After just a few minutes, your videos are ready to download, and you can use them as needed.
That is, in a nutshell, how to create and edit videos in batches. Easy, right? To help you get started, here's a quick tutorial with detailed instructions.
For more inspiration and useful tips on batch video editing, here are some additional tutorials you might find interesting:
👉 Batch-Create Videos for Shorts, Stories, and Reels
👉 Add Subtitles to Social Media Videos in Bulk
👉 Bulk-Create Videos using ChatGPT
Alternatively, instead of sticking to the spreadsheet method, consider building a fully automated workflow for video creation and editing. The easiest route is through no-code platforms like Zapier or Make. For those with coding expertise or a developer on your team, leveraging the API is also a viable option.