Millions of people upload clips to YouTube and other similar websites on a daily basis. However, not many of these choose to show their faces on camera, on grounds of protecting their privacy.
YouTube Intromaker is a program that can create a short text video which records keys as you type. Thus, instead of the dull flashcard-like images at the beginning of the video, you can use these introductions.
The app has a simple interface that’s focused on the file you’re creating.
The entire process is completely customizable. Some font settings are available from the GUI. For instance, you can pick the font name, style (regular, italic, bold, bold italic), size and color. Furthermore, some effects are available, namely “Strikeout” and “Underline”.
It’s also possible to add music to the video, but the program only supports the WAV file format. Backgrounds are easy to include, if you want to do so. The app supports a wider range of file formats, such as BMP, JPG, GIF and PNG.
In order to start recording, you must press the “Start” button on the interface andbegin typing the message you want the viewers to see when they play the video.
The file can be saved to AVI format. However, the developer recommends that the video is converted with any other software in order to correct various color problems. The short file can be incorporated in the video you’re in the process of creating.
All in all, YouTube Intromaker is a nice program that’s very easy to work with. Inexperienced users should have no problems figuring out all the app’s features.