Viddyoze Review [Section I]:
The Nearly 5 Year History of The Viddyoze Platform

Viddyoze is the brainchild of Jamie Garside, David Chamberland, and Joey Xoto.  While the original team may have started out small, the Viddyoze team now consists of over 40 people and has served a customer base of around 100,000 individuals & companies.  In fact, according to the Viddyoze website, Viddyoze animation technology has been used by some of the largest companies in the world.

Viddyoze 1.0 was released in September 2015, followed by version 2.0 in June 2016, and Version 3.0 in May of 2018.  Viddyoze was the top-selling product on JVZoo for 3 years before switching shopping cart platforms.

Fast forward to 2019 and the Viddyoze team has a single flagship product called “Viddyoze” that is available in two flavors, Viddyoze Personal & Viddyoze Commercial. We’ll talk more above the differences in these two versions later on in this review.

 

Viddyoze Review [Section II]:
The Technology Behind Viddyoze 

One of the contributing factors to the success of Viddyoze is the introduction of Viddyoze Live Action Technology.  This technological wizardry was added to the Viddyoze platform In June 2017 and raised the bar substantially for any future animation platforms. Viddyoze Live Action allows the user to put their logo, or another graphic, into a real-world animation clip. The types of animation that Viddyoze Live Action Technology was able to create was something I have never seen done so well without the use of very expensive animation software, such as Adobe After Effects.  Not only is the quality amazing, to be able to render these animations in mere minutes was unprecedented.

 

Tim has been a full-time internet marketer since 2012 but has been working in the industry since 2009. Having a strong background in web hosting, SEO, marketing, and content creation has put him in an ideal situation to help entrepreneurs and small business owners in various niches.

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