Video templates for every type of video you need to create
Pitchy offers many different video templates to fit the type of video you want to create. Each category has multiple video themes to choose from as you design your video. A user can create their videos independently using the wide range of Pitchy video creation templates, including presentation, tutorial and ad videos.
The presentation video template is often used to present a product, offer, company, employee or recruitment campaign. The goal of a presentation video is to help viewers better understand a topic and why it’s relevant.
Snack content video
Snack content is used quite often on social media. It’s known for being short, easy to digest and can be consumed quickly. Perfect for social media, snack content has become a must-have component in every marketer’s strategy.
Often created to share testimonials or career presentations, an interview video is one of the oldest formats used in videos. The goal of an interview is to highlight what the person being interviewed has to say.
Video intros (which introduce a topic) and video outros (which end a video) are designed to match the company’s branding and visual identity. The intro reinforces the brand identity of the featured company right from the video’s opening seconds. The outro is normally used to share contact or sales information.
The goal of a tutorial video is to explain a product, solution or other information and give practical suggestions on how to use the product or service. A tutorial video often features an expert, usually a brand representative or an influencer, who gives tips on a particular topic.
A display video, or ad video, is a format that promotes the product or service a company offers. Frequently used in digital marketing, a display video is designed to increase a brand’s visibility and notoriety on the web.
Teaser/Highlight reel video
A teaser video, or highlight reel, is often part of an event strategy. A teaser heightens anticipation among viewers and gives the highlighted event greater impact.
An infographic video uses the video format to convey lots of information that was initially presented in text format. This renders the information more understandable and dynamic. This type of video is generally designed to be educational and explanatory.
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