Viddyoze 2.0 Review #reviewnova


Hey guys, Alex here…

I got access to Viddyoze 2.0 a few days before its launch and spent several hours testing it to see if it is really as good as everyone says.

Personally I was really excited for this software to come out because it does something that it’s not only difficult to do using other solutions, but also very expensive.

In this review you can find out exactly what I discovered during my testing as well as the things I like (and don’t like) about this software.


Viddyoze 2.0 is basically a software that allows you to create high-quality 3D animations for your training videos and sales videos, and also allows you to provide video animation services to online and offline clients.

You can use Viddyoze 2.0 to create:

– Intro Videos
– Outro Videos
– Mockup Videos
– Transition Effects
– Overlay Videos
– Animated Title Videos
– Social videos

I want to point out Viddyoze 2.0 is a web based cloud platform. So, it works with both PC and Mac and doesn’t require you to install anything on your computer.

The way it works is, you just enter the platform, select one of the ready-made templates provided, configure some settings and hit Render to have a cool animated sequence carried out in your video.

The template library is huge. I counted 229 ready-made templates across the categories I mentioned above. That’s A LOT of templates to choose from and I’m pleasantly surprised the vendors took the time to create so many of them.


The user interface has been completely re-designed and improved to make it even easier to work with. The new way of creating videos also includes a lot more customization options with every template and more guidance within the interface.

There are now over 228+ templates provided inside the template library and they have also added new types of video animations as well as “Mock Up” type templates.


I believe Viddyoze fills a real need in our market by taking the huge costs and hard work out of the process with creating professional video animations.

If you were to use other solutions or hire a professional to create this kind of animations if would have likely cost a lot of money or involve using Adobe After Effects. I know because a few weeks ago I needed a logo intro for one of my videos. After searching for a solution online, I ended up buying a ready-made template from Videohive which I had to edit using Adobe After Effects. The whole process not only cost more than $30, but also took me several hours of editing to customize the template for my needs. Good thing I had Adobe After Effects already cause the license for it doesn’t come cheap either. So all that work for just one simple logo intro, which is something that Viddyoze can create in minutes.

Using Viddyoze is quite simple and straight forward. You select the template you want, fill in the customization options that particular theme offers (upload logo, change text, select audio, set project name, etc) and then press the Render button and you’re done. It takes about 5-20 minutes for your video to be rendered depending on template duration and size, but you can leave the platform and even close your browser while your video is being rendered. After your vidio has finished rendering, you can then export it to your hard drive in two different formats (MP4 and WEBM).

It really works very fast and it’s also very easy to use. If you don’t take into account the rendering time, it takes less than a minute to select a template, configure the settings and create your video.

I took the time to test it with several different templates and was really pleased with the results. I really like what you can do with this software. Here’s one of the test logo intro videos I created using Viddyoze 2.0:

It took me less than a minute to import my logo and about 10 minutes to render the video.


Now this is the point where most marketers are going to stop telling you about Viddyoze 2.0. However, I’m 100% honest when I do my reviews and my goal is to help you make an informed purchase decision. So I’d like to point out a few issues that I encountered during my testing.

There are four drawbacks of the software that you should know about:

The rendering time varies and it’s unpredictable. I created multiple test videos and while some of them processed within 5-10 minutes, there were some that took over 30 minutes to render. I belive this is due to the fact that it’s a web-based platform so rendering time depends on how many people are using it at that particular time.

The editor has no Preview feature. What that means is that when you customize the template by changing text and images, the editor doesn’t show you a live preview with your changes so you need to render the video to actually see what it looks like.

There is an issue with Downloading videos. After I created one of my test videos, I went to my video library and hit Download to have my video exported in MP4 format. However, clicking on download button took me to the page where the video is hosted on Amazon S3 and returned an error saying that “The video can’t be played”. At this point there was no way to download the video so I went back to the video library and found a trick that works. Instead of clicking the Download button, I used “Right Click + Save As” and this time the Download worked fine. The vendor said this is a browser issue and they are already working on a fix.

There is an issue with Audio with one (or some) of the templates. Even though I checked the “Include Audio” option when customizing the template, the audio was not exported with the video. I’ve only seen this happen with one template so this is probably just an isolated bug.

I made sure the vendors know about these issues so everything should be fixed soon. But at the time of writing this review, the issues are there so it makes sense to let you know about them.


There are two ways you can make money using this software:

1 – Use it for your own videos to make them more engaging and more professional. This should improve your conversion rate considerably.

2 – Use it to create video animations for others and get paid. You can charge anywhere between $50-$150 per video on sites like Upwork and Freelancer. There’s also Fiverr where you can get even more clients by offering your services at a cheaper cost. Or you can also look for clients directly on sites like Facebook and Linkedin and charge top dollar prices for your services.


So what do I think of Viddyoze 2.0 overall? Well, this is one of the best products I’ve reviewed so far this year if not the best. It has come a long way since Viddyoze 1.0; it now has a completely new interface, more templates, more customization options and a ton of great animations. There are a couple of issues I found however everything considered this is a very impressive software at a bargain of a price.




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