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  1. Why is most interpreters video 2d or simpleanimations? Translation Because it's cheap, can be outsourced to overseas, the easiest a nimation, use bootstrap boot. As a marketing professional, I t hink you always consider your market, interested in investment? Try this video and we've made ourcustomers: Live video, you will need to hire more than 5 actors - is it feasi ble? Is it feasible? Yes. Is this conversion better? Dependingo

  2. n what the product is, there is a good chance for the animated video to be betterexplained. One of the best returns? Obviously, animated video will have a better return oninvestment. We checked in bread n 'beyond Animated Explainervideo Disclaimer: Obviously my work forbreadnbeyond. Author: Jia Sifu farmers, video marketing expert, marketing c onsultant andspokesman Because it is funny that everyone is bored with your daily life v ideo. It's not video that would be moreinteresting. Author: Wesley bledsoe, videoscribing, The reason why we jump to whiteboard animation video is the way for its audience. Averaging 75% of the audience average y outube video ends. Electronic whiteboard animation video, on average, only 25% of the audience has ended. Honestly, I thin k it involves the audience to see the drawings complete. I do n ot think there is a better way to avoid video giving up. Here's a n article that goes deeper: video abandonment-how to stopit!

  3. Author: Adam Hudson for tworeasons: Two-dimensional is cheaper thanthree-dimensional. There is little advantage that most companies need an interpr eter with 3d elements - regardless ofcost. At we have produced mor e than 600 videos over the last 2 years. It's more than any oth er American videocompany. The interpreter's video is almost always a story, without compl ex vision. In rare cases, 3d is indispensable (like a sports mod eling), but if your goal is to create a consumer or other busines s to take action to sell you a compelling reason, then you need Focus on the story rather than the visualmagi