Whether you need a how-to video or video series in the next few weeks or perhaps your still in the research phase, we’re here to help… Contact us today for a free quote and advice.

What Are How-To Videos?

How-to videos are animated videos that explain how to do something. They are often used to teach people how to use a product or service, or to show them how to do something they may be interested in. Explainers can be used to promote a business, product, or service, or simply to educate an audience.

How-to videos are usually short, between one and five minutes long. They use a variety of animated techniques to explain the steps clearly and concisely. Many how-to videos also use voiceover to guide the viewer through the process.

How Effective Are How-To Videos?

How-to videos are an extremely popular type of content on the internet, and there’s a good reason for that. They’re incredibly effective at teaching people how to do something.

Animated explainer videos are some of the most effective types of videos out there. They can take complex topics and break them down into easy-to-understand steps.

Plus, people love watching them! There’s just something about seeing someone else do something that makes it easier to learn.

So, if you’re thinking about creating a how-to video, animated explainer videos are the way to go. You’ll be able to reach more people and teach them more effectively with this type of video.

What Is The Difference Between A How-To Video & A Tutorial Video?

How-to videos are designed to be helpful and provide step-by-step instructions on how to do something. They are usually shorter than tutorial videos, which are designed to teach a particular skill or concept. How-to videos can be animated or live-action, but they typically feature someone talking directly to the viewer.

Explainer videos are a type of animated video that is used to explain a product, service, or concept. These videos are usually short (1-2 minutes), and they use simple language and clear visuals to explain complex ideas.

Tutorial videos can be animated or live-action, but they typically feature someone talking directly to the viewer, walking them through a particular skill or concept step-by-step. These videos can be longer than explainer videos, as they are designed to teach a specific skill or provide detailed information on a particular topic.

So, in short, a how-to video is shorter and more focused on helping the viewer do something, while an explainer video is shorter and focuses on explaining a concept. A tutorial video can be either animated or live-action and is typically longer than either a how-to or an explainer video.

How Effective Are Tutorial Videos?

Animated videos and explainer videos are becoming increasingly popular as a means of delivering content and instructions. There is a growing body of research that suggests that these types of videos can be highly effective in terms of engagement and retention.

In one study, it was found that animated videos were able to increase knowledge retention by up to 22%. Another study found that explainer videos were able to increase conversion rates by up to 20%.

While there is no doubt that animated and explainer videos can be highly effective, it is important to remember that they are just one tool that can be used to deliver content. Explainer tutorial and how-to videos are worth considering for your next project.

Whether you need a animated training video in the next few weeks or perharps your still in the research phase, we’re here to help… Contact us today for a free quote and advice.

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Our process is super streamlined and easy to go through.

  • First we’ll write your script based on your answers to this questionnaire
  • Next we’ll create a storyboard – rough sketch of all the frames in your video
  • Then we’ll create all the illustrated frames based on the video style you choose
  • And lastly, we’ll produce the final video with the animation, voiceover, music, and sound effects

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It takes 3-4 weeks to make your video. The time it takes depends on 3 factors:

  • The length of your video
  • How many revisions you request at each step of the process (we offer unlimited)
  • How soon you get back to us on the revisions that you want us to take care of

If you need your video in under 3 weeks, we offer a Rush Service option where we can make your video in as little as 7 business days.

But to finish your video in 7 business days, we need to skip the storyboard stage of our process, you can only have 1 round of revisions on the illustrations and one round on the final video, and you need to get back to us on the revisions you need the same day.

Go here to view our portfolio of 1,500+ videos to see the quality of our work.

This album includes our top videos.

Check our testimonials to find out what past clients say.

We also offer UNLIMITED revisions at each step of the way. Which means that we don’t move on to the next stage until you’re 100% happy.

We offer 2 payment options:

Option 1) Pay in full upfront to get a 10% discount

Option 1) 50% upfront, 50% when video is completed

You can pay with Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, or Paypal.

Yes, we can do ANY animation style you like. If you’ve seen it, we can make it!

You get UNLIMITED revisions at each step. We don’t proceed to the next step of the process until you’re 100% happy. No extra or hidden fees!

Yes, you’ll be able to choose from voiceover artists in ANY accent or language

Absolutely. Just let us know how many videos you’re looking to make, and how long each one will be – and we’ll give you a great quote!

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