Creating video content in Squigl 🎥

You have a message you want to share or content you want to make more dynamic with Squigl.  Great!  You are well on your way.  Here we help you understand which path to go down, depending upon your desired outcomes.

3 Squigl Video Options

There are three primary ways for creating or working with videos in in Squigl:


  1. Build a video from scratch
  2. Create a video from a PowerPoint 
  3. Upload an external video to add different interactivity options (such as quizzing, chaptering, etc.)

Building a Video from Scratch

Building Brick by BrickStarting with a message already written?  Or perhaps you have some ideas, but nothing formalized, and are ready to just start creating a video?  Then start by building a Squigl video from scratch using the first option provided.

After you click "Start" you will be taken through a series of steps to walk you through the process.  They can be summarized as follows:

 

 

It may seem like quite a few steps, but trust us, you'll be through them in no time!  And any video you create and finalize in Squigl can be edited later on.

Create a Video from PowerPoint

Squigl PowerpointAre you starting with a PowerPoint or Apple Slides?  Upload your presentation to be guided through converting your static deck into an animated and dynamic whiteboard video.

 

Upload an External (or non-Squigl) Video

Upload a FileIf you already have a video you've made, but you want to add quizzing or other interactive features, choose the "Upload My Own Video" option to build these features onto your existing content.  The benefit of doing so, is that you will be able to gather analytics from your audience to help measure engagement.  File types which are supported include: .mp4, .mov, or .webm