Scripts are never set in stone at the start of a project. They usually are modified quite often before the project is considered complete. One of the reasons is that when we read a script, it may sound quite different in our heads than when we hear it spoken out loud. This alone leads to script changes as we note phrases that sound awkward or that are otherwise not clear. Although The speech engines are improving, but still say some odd things. We cannot avoid some ‘funnies’, so we should do everything possible to amend ones that we can express more suitably. Please listen to what you write, and remember that the voices vary in their pronunciation.
The idea of creating videos from plain written text is a novel idea and I see tremendous potential. Having used the beta product of vidBoard, I must confess that I was blown away with its great user interface and user experience.
I have used vidBoard for many video presentations. The idea of creating HD quality animated, human led videos out of plain text is novel and promising. Kudos to team vidBoard
My startup Craving Kombucha has used the beta product of vidBoard for explainer videos in local languages. I am quite happy with the beta product, especially its UI and UX.
After having assisted the team at vidBoard initially through the research phase of this tool and finally trying out their in-house beta version. I must say we have got a unicorn in the making. The product has come a long way and has immense capability when it comes to a media creation tool.
We have been testing the beta version of the platform offered by vidBoard for creating custom product videos for a while now. It has immense credibility as a synthetic media creation tool as well as massive potential to scale up across various business domains.