Make Great Music Videos Easily With Rotor

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Rotor recently launched their website that lets you create stylish music videos based on what suits your music.

Music videos can be a massive part of your music career, they provide a new visual element to your tracks and give people who don’t know you a reason to check you out. Rotor have just launched and provide an incredibly easy platform to make music videos that look professional and unique in just 4 steps.

With Rotor you upload your song to their website and they then analyse your track’s tempo and loudness. Once analysed you will be presented with a bunch of video styles so you can choose the one that best suits your music. Then you use video clips to personalise your video, chosen from a library of Rotor’s own or any videos of your own.

It works best when used with at least some of your own footage though it can create a massive range of collage style videos without. If you add clips that match the song length Rotor will auto-sync so you can use footage from live performance, record yourself singing/playing or just align some cool clips.

Once all that is done Rotor gets down and dirty with your music, videos, and preferences to cut together a video for your track. After that you can view the video and  decide if there are any changes you want to make. Then for a cost, starting at £5 the video is yours to download and use freely as you wish.

Gary Curran of The Japanese Popstars used Rotor and said of his experience: “Rotor instantly enabled me to tap into areas of my creative pallet, allowing me to present my music in a way that is engaging and unique.”

Check out a video created using Rotor for hip-hop group Rusangano Family:

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Try it out now over at rotorvideos.com/#how-it-works.

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One comment

    Hi,

    Nice blog. I used Rotor very recently and I was amazed at the quality of the video that can be produced with so little effort. This is great. Will definitely use Rotor in the future as well.
    If you want, you can take a look at my Rotor Video here:- https://youtu.be/wJ3I0hXrnvY

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