Founded in Singapore and championed by two experienced professionals, Oneshot offers themes and illustrations that best resonate with current trends.
Oneshot, a marketing technology Software as a Service (SaaS) video making tool, has been launched.
Founded in Singapore and championed by two experienced professionals, Oneshot offers themes and illustrations that best resonate with current trends, especially targeted at the SME sector.
With an objective to empower SMEs and small businesses during this time of digitalisation, Oneshot offers its service at an affordable price point, to allow anyone to access and create videos for their marketing and advertising needs, the video maker said in a statement.
“Dubbed as the world’s simplest video maker, Oneshot is a suitable tool for beginners or individuals with limited video editing skills, empowering them to create pro-grade videos with ease,” the company said in its statement. “Uniquely set amongst other video marketing tools, Oneshot is easy to use and creates personalised videos using a simple point-and-click interface, without the heavy lifting of tedious video editing. This is further supported by various pre-built and professionally-designed templates to cater to the uses of numerous businesses and industries.”
“We realise that many businesses, especially SMEs, are inconsistent in asserting their presence online. Many are still tightening purse strings or fighting to remain afloat, and hiring a creative agency is an expensive luxury. However, cutting down on the marketing budget affects a business’ brand presence and reduces the opportunity to boost online traffic and sales,” shared Cindy Chay, Co-Founder of Oneshot. “Oneshot looks to bridge this gap and provide SMEs and other smaller companies access to perfectly optimised videos at an affordable price. Guided by a point-and-click interface, Oneshot is easy to use and enables its users, whether complete beginners or individuals with limited video editing knowledge, to create pro-grade videos at their fingertips.”
The company said its video making tool is easy to use, allowing users to quickly create videos in three simple steps. It offers three affordable packages to choose from for its customers: Lite(S$39) for three videos, Pro (S$159) for 20 videos, and Ultimate (S$120) for 20 videos per month.
The video maker, however, does not offer stock images or footages, in an effort to encourage brands to use their own assets in creating authentic videos for their various personal or business uses.