Yerevan, Armenia, December 18, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Renderforest hit the web in Jan. 2015 with the new innovation of letting their customers design professional quality slideshows with intuitive tools and without the use of expensive software.
Now, just 11 months later, Renderforest is taking on a fresh new look when they redesign their website with a modern overlay, even more options for users, including revamped animation maker and integration with popular media sharing social networks.
The update, which hits on Nov. 25, will be most apparent in the new design for the web page. Every page and subpage has a clean new coat of paint, with motion graphics running in the background and a new streamlined interface for users.
Classic users will notice that their profile has been upgraded with a media library where they can organize their uploaded files. Batch uploads have been introduced, as well as the ability to automatically add those files to a project. For example, if a new project has 100 slides, automatically inserting photos will take only seconds and be completely automated. This is a sharp contrast from the old method of uploading each media file one by one into each slide.
Another new media upload feature allows for side loading files from popular media websites like Facebook, Flickr, and Dropbox. And now, for the first time, Renderforest will support video file uploads, so users can have motion within the motion of their slideshow project.
More options are available as well, with 20 new project templates being added by the end of the year. Each week, three more templates will be added to the website to help users always have something new to choose. With the introduction of video uploads, new video templates will be available as well; some featuring classic themes like our introduction and outro videos. Users need only upload their videos, interviews, podcasts and more and Renderforest will put on a professional polish. Up to 10 minutes of video can be uploaded at a time and utilized in a project.
Renderforest is putting more attention on music as well, and will feature new project templates to cater to music lover; specifically, their new Equalizer Visualization videos can read user uploaded music for dynamic results. Renderforest’s own music library has also expanded, and now features more than 15 additional tracks.
Renderforest is committed to always giving their users the best possible experience, and is actively improving that experience all the time. The website revamp is just one example of this, and new additions will be arriving frequently. Be sure to come check them out.