More Effective Training: When it comes to medical and pharmaceutical fields, students need to learn more than what it would take just to pass a test. They’ll be applying the information for years to come, sometimes in life-or-death situations. They need to learn rapidly, and the constantly developing medical and science fields require more effective teaching tools than textbooks of the past. With medical 3D video animation, they can quickly learn processes and information.
The ultimate talents behind this new version of Explaindio 4.0 is Andrew Darius, he is known to be the creator of the best in the world of internet marketing. Along with his partners, Andrew has launched quite a number of products such as the Explaindio player, salescopy maker, and storyxy which have been quite successful. Andrew believes that Explaindio 4.0 would be a massive hit.
I have several Email Lists and other Notification Lists that you can subscribe to. You can select out of Email, Facebook Messenger, Facebook Notifications, and Browser Notifications. I segmented my email lists into 4 main topics: "New Reviews", "New Hacks", "New Product Launches", and "New Software White Label Launches". Just select your favorite topic(s) and way to get notified.
Explaindio 4.0 is a flexible software that allows you to combine 2D & 3D animations, whiteboard sketch elements, and full motion video. It not only has many new features, but it is also not cloud-based. That means Explaindio 4 users will be able to host the project and have access to all video content in the cloud. Moreover, it has a desktop application with all fast user interface.
Health care facilities, pharmaceutical companies and those working in medical research make good use of 3D medical animation for in-person demonstrations, public broadcasts, websites, social media and investor relations. 3D medical animation is effective in creating brand awareness and for presentations of concepts and products that are in the development stage.
OVA titles have a reputation for detailed plots and character-development, which can result from the greater creative freedom offered to writers and directors relative to other formats. This also allows for animated adaptations of manga to reflect their source material more faithfully. Since OVA episodes and series have no fixed conventional length, OVA directors can use however much time they like to tell the story. Time becomes available to expand upon significant background, character, and plot development. This contrasts with television episodes (which must begin and conclude in 22 to 26 minutes) and with films (which rarely last more than two hours). In the same way, no pressure exists to produce "filler content" to extend a short plot into a full television series. The producers of OVA titles generally target a specific audience, rather than the more mass-market audience of films and television series, or may feel less constrained by content-restrictions and censorship (such as for violence, nudity, and language) often placed on television series. For example, the Kissxsis OVA series generally contains more sexual themes than its television counterpart.
Some OVAs based on television series (and especially those based on manga) may provide closure to the plot – closure not present in the original series. The Rurouni Kenshin OVAs, to name one series, exemplified numerous aspects of OVAs; they were slightly based on chapters of the author Nobuhiro Watsuki's manga that had not been adapted into the anime television series, had higher-quality animation, were much more violent, and were executed in a far more dark and realistic style than the TV episodes or the manga.
Like anime made for television broadcast, OVAs are sub-divided into episodes. OVA media (tapes, laserdiscs, or DVDs) usually contain just one episode each. Episode length varies from title to title: each episode may run from a few minutes to two hours or more. An episode length of 30 minutes occurs quite commonly, but no standard length exists. In some cases, the length of episodes in a specific OVA may vary greatly, for example in GaoGaiGar FINAL, the first 7 episodes last around 30 minutes, while the last episode lasts 50 minutes; the OVA Key the Metal Idol consists of 15 separate episodes, ranging in length from 20 minutes to nearly two hours each; The OVA Hellsing Ultimate had released 10 episodes, ranging from 42 minutes to 56 minutes. An OVA series can run anywhere from a single episode (essentially a direct-to-video movie) to dozens of episodes in length. Probably the longest OVA series ever made, Legend of the Galactic Heroes, spanned 110 main episodes and 52 gaiden episodes.
As a small startup insurance agency, we have a limited budget. Philosophically, we wanted to use more of our budget to compensate our agents rather than spend time and money on marketing materials. Thankfully, Renderforest perfectly filled our need for high quality, custom video that fit nicely in our budget. We started off using a monthly plan, but quickly found that the yearly plan was a lot more cost effective.
Explaindio advertises several main features: the ability to create animated videos, multiple animation styles (explainer, whiteboard, cartoon, etc), 2D and 3D graphics integration, a library of free media, and the tools you need to put it all together. In my opinion, it doesn't live up to everything it advertises. While you can create animated videos and there're plenty of tools to get you there, the program fails to provide a fair amount of free material, especially when it comes to 3D and audio. The user is forced to look elsewhere or buy additional resources in order to effectively use the program.
One of the major advantages of using animation for your social media channels is that it is less expensive than live videos. Video production would involve spending thousands of dollars. Searching for a spokesperson, actors, shooting and cutting the film. Instead, you just need a fraction of this effort to create a perfect animated explainer video.
Explainer videos are becoming a very popular form of marketing that many freelancers would love to offer. Unfortunately, many people believe creating them is a difficult job that requires a skilled animator. This course aims to show you otherwise. It aims to show you, somebody with little-to-no experience, how to create great looking professional quality explainer videos that you can sell to your clients.