Hype to me seems like a great software, and some of the things everyone is creating looks great!! However, I’ve noticed most of the animations everyone is creating is in HTML and has no sound.
I know it is probably possible, but is it efficient to be creating animations that go for over 5 minutes in Hype, and then exporting it into a video format and uploading them onto something like youtube?
Would i be better off using a software more specifically built for creating videos rather than using hype 3 to try and do the same?
Also, is there a way to add sound into these videos on hype without the use of another video editing software?
I think this thread downplays the current usefulness of Hype for making the type of motion graphics used in these explainer videos. To prove it, I made a quick & dirty video clip using Hype 4 to illustrate some of the possibilities. Check out the revised video here.
Very good video. I completely agree. I like the solution of the arm gradient.
I'm using Hype to make whiteboard videos and it's much more flexible than the trendy programs with pre-made templates. Yes, it's faster if you use their models, but for more personalized videos the best option I have found has been Hype.
I still have to finish mine, it's a personal project about a university job and I'm doing it in my spare time.