How to Repurpose Your Facebook Photo Albums into Videos

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It doesn’t take much to distract me so when I received an email from Animoto inviting me to create a video of the best of 2012 from my Facebook photo albums, I was hooked.

Animoto is a cool online video tool that makes it easy to create videos by simply uploading photos, choosing a sound track, adding text and clicking a button to produce the video.

Now, you can click a button and their Best of 2012 app connects to your Facebook profile to create a video from a random selection of the images you’ve uploaded over the year. Once the video is produced, you can preview and edit. It takes about two minutes.

I immediately created a video and edited it to include only videos from my recent trek in Peru, to Machu Picchu. Once complete, it’s easy to share the video on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

[Click here if you cannot see the video in your feedreader.]

This is a fun, fast and easy way to repurpose your Facebook photo albums into videos and get more visibility for your brand and business.

If you create a Best of 2012 video, post the link in the comments so we can see what you were up to in 2012!

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  1. says

    Hi Denise-
    I had a great time creating a personal best of 2012 Animoto video, and appreciated your encouragement to do so. I also created a business 2012 video that I’d love to share. It focuses on the “Ask the Expert” interview series I launched this year on my blog, The Other Side of Organized. I invited industry leaders to discuss a variety of topics including change, letting go, clutter, time management, and life balance. The conversations that ensued were inspiring and generated a lot of great dialogue. Enjoy! http://animoto.com/play/JE8ysMEGj1K32ATVNjrLpg

  2. says

    Animoto is awesome! Frankly it’s been so long since I opened an account there that I forgot some of the creative ways I can use it until I read your post. I think I will use it my pinterest pins and facebook pics.

    • says

      Rene, I don’t use Animoto often enough. Like you, I forget I have an account. It’s such an easy way to create video that it’s a good tool to have in one’s marketing took kit! Thanks for stopping by…blog on!