What is a launch video?
A company will use a product launch video to promote a new product. You can create excitement around your impending product and increase brand recognition with the aid of an awesome product launch video. Additionally, it's a quick, interesting, and shareable approach to introducing your product to a new audience of potential customers.
How to make a launch video
Step 1: Record
From the Tella app on your browser. Sign up for free or log in. Click “Start video,” and you’ll open the screen recorder. You can click “Start recording” and decide whether to record both yourself and the screen or just your screen. When you’ve made all your recordings, you can then move to customize them.
Step 2: Customise
In our video editor window, you can trim clips, rerecord anything, and adjust the background or layout to fit your brand.
Step 3: Share or Download
When you’re finished recording, you can share a link to your video, export it as an MP4, generate an embed code, and more. You’ll always have the ability to go back and change the video if you want to.
What is the purpose of a launch video?
Launch videos are a great way to generate early excitement for your product or company. It’s how you make your first impression on a new target market. In your launch video, you can explain who you are, your mission, and how your company is going to change the world. Launch videos are designed to be bold and rally a following around your brand.
How do I make a video launch?
In the Tella app, it’s easy to get started recording your screen and webcam. Present your slides, and show your website or product while you present your pitch. You can edit the video after you make your recordings, trimming out any mistakes, re-recording it if need be, and customising the layout, so it’s perfect.
What makes a good launch video?
The hallmarks of a good launch video are that it’s attention-grabbing, focused on a big problem or customer pain point, and is succinct. If you combine all these characteristics in your launch video, you’ll do well.