Vydeogram_boxThe Discounted Early Bird Price Disappears In


I got this because it sounds cool. When I actually started using it, as you can see in the video on this page, I was surprised at just how much it does. It’s a very simple product to use. It works on the Mac and Windows machines.

Watch the review video at the bottom of this page – just scroll down

Having played around with it, I have no hesitation in recommending it to you. I got the Pro version, which is great value for money since you can use your outputs commercially. If you’re only doing stuff for yourself you can get the regular version.

My first vydeogram is shown below.

My VideoGram1

Here’s my second vydeogram

My VideoGram2

Here’s a vydeogram “card”

My VideoGram5_card




Here’s my review video:


My VideoGram6

I’ve been contacted by a few people who referred me to another marketer’s review. In that review he’s pretty scathing about the software, but a lot of that is based on what the standard version can do. I didn’t even install the standard version. I bought the upgrade and installed and licensed my copy of the Pro version (the one I used and show on this page).

In the interest of fairness I’ve downgraded my copy to see what the standard version is like.

The standard version works, but is extremely annoying because every time you click on something (or nearly every time) you get an irritating nag dialog box to upgrade to Pro. That would soon get very annoying. On that basis alone, I can see why some people are not happy with the application.

Having said that, I do like the Pro version. But you have to take into account the total cost. It’s a $37 and then $67 purchase, for a total of $104. For Mac and Windows compatible software that you can use regularly, I don’t think that’s a bad price personally. But it does start to feel like you’re pressured into getting the upgrade to get some decent functionality.

More serious than that though is the attitude of the product creator. I’ve seen what appears to be a conversation between him and another marketer who posted a negative review.

Frankly, the comments from the product creator are disgraceful in my opinion. Now of course you don’t have to like someone to buy a product from them. If the product¬†helps you do your work, the seller does not have to become your best friend. But the type of comment I’ve seen on another review is very unpleasant. I have no way to verify that the comments are genuine, but have no reason to believe otherwise.

So where does that leave us? Well I still like the pro version and I don’t think the price is unreasonable. If you can find something that will do the job for less money,¬†of course you should buy the alternative. There is no point in wasting money.

Having reviewed the reviews, so to speak, and tried the standard version I will stand by my recommendation. I still like this product and I think you can get a lot of good use out of it. But I don’t like the way the product creator appears to have spoken to an honest reviewer.

You have to make up your own mind about whether that is enough to stop you from buying this. For me, on this occasion, it isn’t. But it also does not endear me to this particular seller and I will look at everything else he does with a much more skeptical frame of mind.