We wanted to see how the Artificial Intelligence engines in these three popular video creation platforms stack up against one another.
It’s worth looking at some side-by-side results to see which product is going to save you the most time, effort, and money when creating videos.
Here’s a sentence from a recent video created for a law firm:
“Are you fed up with not being able to find motor vehicle accident plaintiffs?”
If you copy and paste this sentence into each of the video creation platforms here are the results you’ll get;
Vidnami’s AI Engine (currently no longer for sale, soon to be launched under the GoDaddy brand) identifies the keyword “vehicle accident”, and intelligently selects the clip below which is a great match for the text.
If you plug the same sentence into Lumen5 it appears to identify the word “accident” and then chooses a video clip of an industrial accident.
This is clearly not as relevant which means you’d have to manually replace this clip.
And here’s the clip that InVideo selects…
We’re not sure what keyword they are using but as you can see their AI engine is still in its early days.
These results clearly show that Vidnami’s Artificial Intelligence engine is in a class of its own.
And ultimately what this means for you – is that you can slash the time it takes to create videos for your business by using Vidnami.