Don’t let your live video audience miss any key moments during your broadcast. Use our tips to add in the perfect intro and outro videos, both of which will increase the engagement of your viewers and brand your content professionally.
Have you seen some fancy live stream videos that start out with the countdown timers, music and branded images flowing across your screen?
Adding this pro touch doesn’t have to be hard, or expensive — when you know where to go. These are called ‘intro videos’. The video clips that come at the end where they show a please subscribe button, or other videos, is usually called an end card in Youtube or an ‘outro video’.
The reason some entrepreneurs love intro and outro videos is that these add-ons give your livestream videos a professional polish, they are fun to create, and it’s a nice way to brand your content with common colors, fonts and visuals.
In this live stream episode, the main intro and outro video creation tools we cover include:
- One-click tools that you can simply add a logo to and publish
- Videobolt – a subscription service where you can use their built-in templates to create a short logo-centric video
- Introchamp – a super affordable one-time fee based online app with lots of variety and simple templates
2. Tools that have robust templates, stock images, audio and timelines so you can create an even more professional design
- Invideo – another great option with high-quality templates where you can change out the music, move elements around and make changes to timing
3. Tools where you can do all of the above – create videos from scratch, add royalty-free media, edit, host and more
- Wave Video – a powerhouse creator, editor, and hosting service for video (that I use for almost EVERYTHING)
If you’re using a live video platform like Streamyard, you can add in the perfect intro and outro videos for your live stream.
Using the tools I’ve shared, you’ll see an increase in engagement on your live stream while you build greater credibility as the amazing professional you are, onscreen!