I would like to show you a piece of software that can help you start an Internet business and potentially earn you substantial money. More importantly, you do not need any technical knowledge – just the ability to type words on your keyboard and move the mouse around the screen.
This is especially important if you are floundering around trying to figure out what type of product or service to offer so you can make some money on the net. We both know how easy it is to reach overwhelm by the massive amount of information found online.
Additionally, if you don’t consider yourself technically inclined, this makes it harder for you to find a suitable niche; one that you can create an income from such as website creation, graphic design or video production. Sadly, this limits your choices of what you can offer to a hungry list of buyers.
I know all too well that if you don’t have any money, you can’t pay the bills. Without money coming in, you’re headed for financial trouble – maybe bankruptcy. Nothing sucks more than dodging telephone calls from bill collectors or worrying how you’re going to put food on the table.
I’ve spent many sleepless nights worrying about the same things when I started online, but luckily I don’t have those worries anymore – and I am going to share a simple idea with you to ensure you won’t have to worry either.
The Possibilities with Easy Sketch Pro
This is where Easy Sketch Pro comes in. Don’t worry – you don’t need technical knowledge because the software does all the hard work for you. With this robust software, you can create videos for other marketers and start climbing out of that financial rut you’re stuck in.
It will export the video into an MP4 format and all you do it type in the text, import pictures and move your mouse around the screen. My 7-year old grandson can do this so I know I’m not asking too much of you. If he can play with it and create a video, I know you can.
When I found this software, I sat and played with it for 20 minutes. Here is the result of my playtime:
Watch the Video:
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Simply amazing, isn’t it? When I found Easy Sketch Pro, I knew I hit the jackpot! I sat down and prepared this simple tutorial sketch video in less than 30 minutes and it didn’t take any technical skills! All I had to do was add my text and pictures and let the software do all the work for me!
Say goodbye to monthly doodle sketch services like VideoScribe and Animoto – this software doesn’t require a monthly fee to use and it produces the same high-quality sketch animations that those services do – without the high price tag!
But, it gets even better! You can grab this software for less than what it costs to take the entire family out to dinner and you can achieve the same kind of results I did in the video above!
Minor Setbacks (for Now)
You will encounter minor setbacks with any new software until the bugs are worked out of it. VideoMakerFX had the same problem when they initially launched. Here is what you will encounter:
1. It only allows single line text.
I don’t see this as a setback. An inconvenience but nothing more. There’s a workaround for it and it’s quite easy to do. Additionally, I just got word from Paul (the creator) that this will be fixed in the next update – giving you the ability to add a paragraph of text at a time, rather than just one line.
2. The text draws in outlines first then fills the shapes with color.
This isn’t really a problem when you speed up the animation for your text. If you make the redraw time faster, it’s not a nuisance. Nonetheless, Paul is going to change this in a future update so the text fills instantly with color as the hand writes it out.
3. There is no option to save your images into the image gallery.
You can import your images into the animation screen, but it would be nice to have them saved inside the image gallery of Easy Sketch Pro. That’s not possible right now, but I created an easy fix by adding a directory inside my PC documents area.
The great news is that other users have asked Paul to make it so that we can import our own images right into the gallery – so this option will be part of an update. Until Paul adds this function, just do what I did and create a directory on your hard drive to hold any personal images.
4. You can’t fade the music in or out.
I generally don’t include music if I prepare a speech for the video. I don’t like listening to videos that have audio with music playing in the background either; reason being, I believe it doesn’t allow the listener to focus solely on the message given.
However, you may like adding fade in or fade out music to your audio so Paul is going to add this in a future upgrade too. Until then, you can add fade in and fade out music by using another program like Camtasia or HD Platinum Pro. Otherwise, just forego the fade in/fade out music for the time being.
My Faded Music Solution Works
Here is a video I created to show how easy it is to add a faded music clip into your sketch video. BTW: The video also displays a hand drawn picture of yours truly when I received a Waacom tablet for Christmas and I wanted to see if I could draw on it 🙂
Watch the Video:
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Easy Sketch Pro Compared to VideoMakerFX
I own both programs and won’t return VideoMakerFX because of the animated logo possibilities. Still, when it comes to hand drawn video, Easy Sketch Pro gets my vote.
- I see a use for both programs, but I like the idea that Easy Sketch Pro makes it easier to create doodle sketch and/or whiteboard videos than VideoMakerFX allows.
- I also like the price of Easy Sketch Pro, which is significantly more cost effective, and in my opinion, the better software.
- Logo animations are easier to do with VideoMakerFX, but give me time and I can probably come up with some super animations using Easy Sketch Pro.
- Right out of the box, VideoMakerFX allows you to create and sell videos to your customers, but Easy Sketch Pro requires you to purchase a one-time offer to have this capability.
- Easy Sketch Pro will draw multiple images placed onto the canvas. VideoMakerFX only draws the preloaded images that came with the program. For example, you cannot get the animated hand to draw a picture of you like you can do with Easy Sketch Pro.
NOTE: If you should happen to come across an image that won’t draw with Easy Sketch Pro, don’t worry because there are solutions. Either convert your image to an SVG or use the Fade In and/or Drag In functions of the program to add the image to your presentation.
Make Cash with Easy Sketch Pro
So, if you’re looking to start a simple business on the side for extra cash, (or you’re rambunctious enough to turn this into a full-time career), grab a copy of Easy Sketch Pro and get busy practicing with it. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to use.
Now you can get rid of the frustrations associated with floundering around online. Stop worrying about how you’re going to put food on the table or pay your bills. Get busy using the software and create sample videos that you can display on a website sales page.
You’ll do this because video production is in HIGH demand, and pays good money; especially hand drawn doodle sketches like the two videos I shared with you today.
All it takes is for you to open your eyes to the possibilities. Remember, if my 7-year old grandson can play with this and make it work for him – you can make it work for you too! I wouldn’t tell you about Easy Sketch Pro unless I was confident you could learn it well enough to create money with it.
So make me proud… Click here so you can get started! Don’t waste another second because I promise you, if you don’t take action – somebody else will!
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Thanks for reading,
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