More and more, video is becoming central to both our private lives and how we engage with others for business. Yet producing, shooting, and editing video is a time-consuming and expensive process that many of us don't have time for. FlexClip Lifetime for Business streamlines the production process so you can create great videos from stock clips and your own footage quickly and easily. Valued at $1,799 — it's on sale now for just $147.99.
Easy To Use
FlexClip is built around a simple drag-and-drop interface right in Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. You can draw from the library of millions of stock photos, clips, and music, or add your own. Start by choosing a template from a growing library of over 1,000 and getting your clips in the order that you want them.
Then choose the text you want, add any media, insert any animations you might want to add, put in some music, trim it to your liking, and export. The interface makes it simple to do exactly what you want with each element of your video, every step of the way, right down to using your own watermark.
Easy To Distribute
Once you're done, getting your video out there is easy as well. FlexClip Business, rated 4.6/5 stars on TrustPilot with 700+ reviews, offers 100 GB of cloud storage, and simple online sharing and publishing. You can back up your footage in folders as well, so you can download your completed video anywhere you have a browser. And since there's no limit to the projects you can save online, your video library is always ready to go and ready to tweak at a moment's notice.
Get FlexClip Lifetime Business for $147.99 (reg. $1,799) or 91% off. And for a limited time, you'll earn a $10 store credit if you spend at least $50 in-store, which will be credited to your account 14 days after your purchase, as long as your total exceeds $50 after any returns.
Prices subject to change.
Futurism fans: To create this content, a non-editorial team worked with an affiliate partner. We may collect a small commission on items purchased through this page. This post does not necessarily reflect the views or the endorsement of the Futurism.com editorial staff.