Basic use of Doodly. About scene, character, prop, text, sound, and templates.
I would like to explain about a whiteboard animation software called Doodly.
Doodly is all in English, but you can use it intuitively by dragging and dropping.
If you add Japanese fonts, you can also display Japanese characters.
Whiteboard animation gets a lot of attention.
There is no need to show your face, and the results show that whiteboard animation is more memorable for learning content.
Doodly is available in monthly and yearly subscriptions, in standard and enterprise-type.
There is a difference in the materials you can use.
Apart from the subscription type, there is also a one-time price that you can use with a single payment.
This one does not come up when you search for keywords.
You can try typing in the URL directly.
Or if you are researching Doodly, you may find it as an advertisement on Facebook or websites.
It is a one-time purchase type, but there are limitations on the materials you can use.
There is a 30-day free trial, so you can try it out and see if it works for you.
As I used the software, I felt that it had potential, so I purchased additional materials.
You may need to pay extra, but I think it’s cheaper than a subscription for a year.
I’m a little late, but I’d like to introduce myself.
My name is Shota, and I will be teaching this course. I am Japanese. I am not a native English speaker. Please forgive me if my pronunciation and grammar are wrong. I love to connect with people from all over the world.
Doodly is one of the few whiteboard animation software that has a buy-one-get-one-free model.
I hope you will be able to use whiteboard animation to make a different and high-quality video.
So let’s start the course together.