The birthdays of friends and family are coming. Giving a gift in person is always preferred, but what if you are far away from not being able to meet? Then maybe a text message with a few festive emojis? 🥳🎁 Surely, we can do better than that!
Let’s make a special one-of-a-kind video birthday message! It only takes a few minutes to create, and the video will bring a smile on their special day. It’s easy to do; follow these steps.
1. Choose the model you want.
2. To resize the model, use the “Scale” bar.
3. Click the image emoticon and the “Upload” button to use your image as the background. File up to 500MB are supported.Or you can put a photo full of memories you took as a wallpaper.
4. Then, write a special message.
5. If you look above the message box, you can select the voice type and language.
Listen to a sample and choose the type of voice you want.
6. Click “Preview” below the text box to preview the video before compositing it.
7. Finally, click “Export” in the upper right corner to create the video.
Download the generated video from your dashboard and send it to your acquaintances, and you’re done!
As you create these special one-of-a-kind video birthday messages, you're not just sending a gift from afar; you're sending a piece of your heart. Distance may keep you apart, but your thoughtfulness and creativity will bridge the gap and bring a smile to their special day. So, go ahead, follow these simple steps to craft a personalized birthday video that shows your love and affection, making their celebration even more memorable, no matter how far apart you may be. Happy birthday, and happy video-making! 🎉🎁🥳
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