Q: How do I get started?

Pick the product and buy it then tell us what you want it to say.

Q: How long it takes to make a video?

That depends on what you buy some, May only take a few hours

Q: What other information do you need?

We would need to know what you want it to say

Q: How long (minutes) can we get for a $100 animation?

We create the product you want based on what you are buying not the minutes

Q: What music do you use?

You can use whatever music you want

 Q: How long it takes to make a video?

That depends on what all you want done most of the time only a few hours

Q: How much time do you need to create an animated video?

That depends on what you buy. Most time not we are done within a few hours

 Q: What is the quality of video? Can I make HD videos?

Very good and yes you can make HD videos

Q: Can I blend my own music into the video?


Q: What is video size limit?

We create into, into titles, outro and logos so there is no limit on the video size

Q: Is this a GIF? Why some animated GIF’s looks so grainy?

Basically Not! Any questionable image quality from your source material, the graininess comes from the fact that animated GIFs have a limited color palette to work with and will use nearest-color substitution for colors that aren’t in its saved palette, resulting in grainy and off-color images. Unlike JPEGs, which can have millions of colors, or vector images (which basically match any color you need), GIFs use anywhere from 2 to 256 colors in a stored palette to render an image. The palette can be a standard palette, web adaptive palette, custom palette, or greyscale palette, but it’s still limited in its color options. If you’re trying to render a high-resolution video with a wide range of color variations as a GIF, it’s going to lose a lot of quality.

Q: What’s the Difference Between Traditional Animation and Computer Animation?

In essence, there is truly little difference between “traditional” animation and computer animation; the primary difference is in the tools used to create these animations, the cost and effort involved in the processes, and the quality of the final output. Traditional animation is a very hands-on process; 2D animation is accomplished by hand-drawing hundreds upon thousands of individual frames only to transfer them to clear plastic cells, hand-paint them, and then film them in sequence over a painted background image.

Q: Differences between an Animated GIF and an Animated PNG?

Primarily, image quality and versatility. Both animated GIF’s and PNG’s store raster image information for individual frames of an animation, and show them in sequence by flashing through the frames one at a time at a standard rate. Animated GIF’s usually have lower image quality because of a limited palette and compression standard; PNG’s have a larger color palette and better compression, and so can create smoother, cleaner animations.