The Videolicious Enterprise platform empowers employees to create sophisticated video productions in seconds. The platform includes mobile apps for creating videos with our patented automatic video editing tools, and a web dashboard for reviewing, approving, and publishing videos.
While it is possible to use the Videolicious mobile app without an account, a user must sign in with a registered account to access the advanced features of the app and the private cloud.
Users should sign into their accounts before creating videos, so when a video is created it will be uploaded to the user’s Videolicious.com account dashboard.
To generate a password recovery code, click Sign In, then click Forgot Password in the bottom right corner of the popup.
Enterprise plans have no video length limit. The Personal plan has a one-minute length limit. In general, the longer the video, the longer the file processing time.
Enterprise plans have no shot count limit. The Personal plan has a 10-shot limit. In general, using more than 50 shots on the mobile app can push the limits of a device's processor and increase processing time.
No. Many Videolicious users create videos with a combination of another digital camera and Videolicious. Users can shoot photos or video clips, then transfer them to the device camera roll to use in their Videolicious videos.
Videolicious is optimized for video screens, so it is best to use horizontal photos with a 16x9 aspect ratio and a minimum resolution of 1280x720. The higher the resolution, the less pixelation will occur.
On mobile devices, Videolicious will work with formats compatible with that device (such as H.264 video files and jpeg images). The H.264 video format output by many top camera manufacturers is the ideal video format for Videolicious on a mobile device.
Users can email photos to themselves, then save them from the email to the camera roll. Users can also transfer files from cloud based storage such as Dropbox, Box, or GoogleDrive to the device camera roll. For videos or large numbers of photos, we recommend syncing your device with your computer. For more info on syncing, go to https://support.apple.com/
To move photos or clips to your device camera roll, open the Dropbox app on your device, tap each of the photos or video clips you want to use, then tap the up arrow icon in the bottom left corner, where you will have the option to save. Saved photos and video clips will be on the camera roll of that device, accessible by Videolicious.
Yes, Videolicious will operate on compatible Android devices. Currently compatible Android devices include the Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Note 8, Note 9, HTC One M9, Sony Experia Z5, Motorola Droid X - Pure edition, LG-V20 Nexus 6P, Google Pixel, and Google Pixel 2.
While Videolicious is not supported on laptop computers, we have both Windows versions and further Android support in the works, and we'd be happy to email you when they become available. Request notification
To achieve slow motion video, the iPhone records and plays the video back at a frame rate of 120 frames per second (fps). The video itself is not converted to a (much slower) standard frame rate of 30 fps. At this time, Videolicious does not support the 120 fps frame rate iOS uses to generate slow motion videos.
If you are signed into your Videolicious account when a video is created, the video will be saved to both the app and the device camera roll. It will also be uploaded to your private cloud, where you can access it through your account dashboard at https://videolicious.com
The My Videos screen shows the percentage of a video uploaded to the cloud server. When the cloud indicates 100%, the video will be available on your account dashboard, as well as at any selected sharing or publishing destinations.
Videos made with Videolicious can be published to corporate servers, third-party video hosting platforms, and popular social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Yes. Videos can be published to online video platforms including YouTube, Brightcove, Ooyala, Worldnow, IB, and NDN, as well as to internal servers and CMS destinations using FTP with XML manifest based on customizable company XML specifications.
Anywhere! Videolicious videos can be viewed using a web browser on a computer or mobile device (including iPhones and Android devices).
Videolicious gives you the ability to make videos using photos, video clips, or a combination of both.
The Videolicious account dashboard allows a user to invite others to the system via email. The invite email contains a registration link; the recipient must enter a name and choose a password to complete account registration. Once registration is complete, the new user uses that email address and password to sign into both the Videolicious app and
Enterprise subscribers can turn off sharing options for employees, and can require all videos to be reviewed before being published to approved destinations.
Enterprise subscribers can add a list of preformulated tags to employees' accounts, allowing them to choose from that list before uploading videos, or allow employees to enter custom tags.
A brief recorded video clip such as an interview.
B-roll refers to illustrative shots used to show what an interview subject or on-camera host is speaking about.
Enterprise subscribers can contact Videolicious to install a cloud-controlled logo. Once installed, the logo will automatically appear in all employees' videos.
Enterprise subscribers can contact Videolicious to request that free users be migrated into Enterprise users.
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