Flexclip: Making a Video in Seconds

Nicholas C. Rossis

I was recently asked to review Flexclip for this blog. And no, this is not a sponsored post, as I’m getting no compensation in any form. What I am getting is the pleasure of introducing to you another free tool that can help with your book marketing efforts. Specifically, in this case, in your video creation endeavors.

Truth be told, I didn’t have a particular project in mind. I was going to test-drive it with one of my books, but then it occurred to me that tomorrow is Greek Orthodox Easter, so a nice video card might be just the thing. As it turns out, Flexclip has such rich video, photo and music galleries, that I ended up with more than one projects on my to-do list. I got excited almost immediately with the possibilities.

The Good

Flexclip | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's booksIt is easy enough to start a project and the application gives…

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