Creating AI Videos with Vidnoz AI (Review)

The way we create digital content is changing rapidly, largely thanks to the emergence of AI tools. You’ve probably come across or are already using ChatGPT. Then there’s Adobe Photoshop’s generative AI feature, which can touch up and enhance photos within clicks, and then there are tools like Midjourney and DALL·E that let you create beautiful and realistic images by just inserting prompts.

And then, in the realm of online videos, there are also AI tools that make the entire creation of videos much easier. This AI tool comes with realistic avatars and lots of templates. It lets you create online videos by dragging and dropping your assets and content, and it will convert them into a video.

Vidnoz ai video generator

In this post, I’m going to introduce you to an AI video generator, Vidnoz AI, and I’m also going to show you how I go about making a tutorial video with the said tool.

What is Vidnoz AI all about?

Vidnoz AI, in a nutshell, is a free AI video generator that’s pretty easy to use. It boasts over 100 AI avatars and a variety of ready-made templates, making it quick and easy to get started.

It also claims that you can make a video in just one minute. I tested it; well, it took me about 10 minutes to create a video. This included the initial learning curve, from choosing the right text and images to tweaking them and everything in between.

The video I created, which you can view below, may not be the fanciest. However, it gives you a good idea what you can achieve with Vidnoz AI in mere 10 minutes.

Example video:

Creating video with Vidnoz AI

The process begins by deciding the type of videos to create and whether I want them to be in landscape or portrait mode. I intend to create a simple how-to video guide that teaches users “How to Backup iPad on iCloud”, so I head over to the template section, hover over the “3 Step Guide” template, and then click “Use.”

Selecting 3 Step Guide Template

This 3-step guide template comes with five scenes: the intro, each of the three steps, and the outro. There’s also the flexibility to add more scenes if necessary.

3-Step Guide Template Layout
1. Changing the avatar

First, I pick the avatar/character I want and then click “Apply new avatar to all scenes.”

Changing Avatar Option
2. Setting the styles

Then, I moved on to changing the background. Preferring something more colorful, I uploaded a custom background image of my own. After that, I deleted all the unnecessary elements that came with the template that I don’t need and repositioned the avatar.

Repositioning Avatar Animation

Unfortunately, there isn’t an “apply to all scenes” option, so I’ll have to manually do this for all scenes. Then, I’ll go back to the first scene, change the style of the title and text, and ensure they stay consistent throughout the entire video.

3. Insert content and images

In the “Speech Text” section, I input all the content I want my avatar to speak. Again, this needs to be done for each scene.

Adding Speech Text
4. Preview each scene

With all the content in place, I then go through each scene to ensure the content, text, and titles are correct. There’s also a play icon on each scene to preview how each will play out.

Scene Preview Play Button

And here’s how all my individual scenes look when I’m finally done.

Completed Scene 1
Scene 1
Completed Scene 2
Scene 2
Completed Scene 3
Scene 3
Completed Scene 4
Scene 4
Completed Scene 5
Scene 5

For the final touch to the video, I added a logo in the top right corner for all scenes.

Adding Logo to Scenes
5. Generate final video

Before generating the video, I clicked on preview again to see how it would turn out. When everything was all set, I then clicked “Generate” to start creating my final version of the video. The time it takes to generate the final version largely depends on the complexity of the video (i.e., the number of scenes).

This 3-step tutorial with 5 scenes took about 6 minutes. To see the video I created, refer to the top of this post or click here.

The avatar won’t animate during the preview, only in the final video.

Generating Final Video

Pricing of Vidnoz AI

Creating and downloading a video using Vidnoz AI is free; however, with a free account, the final video will have a small Vidnoz watermark at the bottom left of the screen, and the downloaded video is limited to a 720p resolution.

Free Download 720p with Watermark

To remove the watermark or access higher resolution downloads, a subscription plan is required. Here are the details of each plan:

Plan Details
Free Plan
  • 3-minute daily limit
  • Over 100 AI Avatars
  • 35 voice options
  • 300+ video templates
Starter Plan ($22.49/month)
  • 15 minutes total per month
  • Up to 5 minutes per video
  • No watermark on videos
  • Over 100 AI Avatars
  • 300+ video templates
  • Over 100 voice choices
  • Voices with emotion features
Business Plan ($56.99/month)
  • 30 minutes total per month
  • Up to 20 minutes per video
  • Includes all features of the Starter Plan

Click here to learn more about the pricing of Vidnoz AI.

Final Thoughts

Vidnoz AI definitely simplifies the video creation process. However, it has some limitations, such as the need for manual precision in positioning elements. In the video I created, trying to align the logo consistently across different scenes was challenging

It would be more efficient if changes could be applied to all scenes with a single click, or if there was an option to input exact X and Y coordinates for element positioning.

Talking Photo

Vidnoz AI also offers a simpler version named “Talking Photo” that turns any photo (with a face) into a talking video.

Try Talking Photo

Vidnoz AI Talking Head

Lastly, I’ll leave you with some pros and cons I’ve come to noticed.

  • Free to use.
  • User-friendly interface.
  • Wide range of templates for quick video creation.
  • Absence of an “apply to all scenes” option for certain settings.