Whether it's your own video, or a rebrandable, white label or PLR video, you need to create your own introduction clip and call to action at the end. This brands the video as your own and lets people know both what to expect from the beginning and what you want them to do at the end.
I created a couple of video demos to show you how you can do this quickly and easily using a combination of both PowerPoint and the YouTube Video Editor.
This is a video Playlist, so you can click on the drop-down menu next to ‘Playlist' in the upper left to skip from one video to the next. You can also just download the transcript below.
Video 1: How to Create Intros and Outros with PowerPoint
Rather than creating a new video intro for every single video, you can reuse the same one over and over and just edit some text each time. By creating a design, adding music, and recording the whole thing as a video in PowerPoint, it's a breeze.
Take a look at the first video to see my demo and then try it for yourself with one of your rebrandable videos. I also demonstrate in the video how you can reuse the same intro to create a quick outro (or call to action) video clip.
Video 2: How to Add Your Intros to Your Video with YouTube's Video Editor
In the second video, I show you how to add both the intro and outro to your video using YouTube's Video Editor. Once you have an intro or outro video clip produced, you can upload them to YouTube and quickly add them to any video using YouTube's built-in Video Editor in their Creator Studio. You can even add creative transitions before and after your clips.
Watch in the video as I add them to one of my YouTube videos, along with transitions to make the final video look professional.
Want something to refer back to? Or would you rather just read?
Here's a download of the transcript I used for the How to Rebrand Your Videos series above:
If you'd like to learn more and help others build their businesses with video, check out my rebrandable, ready-to-go training program on Video Marketing Essentials here: