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Spotlight Video Machine

Turn product images into attractive videos on collection pages

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Promote any product easily
Promote any product easily

Automatically turn product images into engaging videos, drive clicks to product pages with professional looking animations.

Provide details at glance
Provide details at glance

Videos deliver much more information about products in the blink of an eye than any traditional photo thumbnail.

Upgrade your store design
Upgrade your store design

Raise brand quality by easily replacing images with engaging animations that visitors will more likely click.

You never get a second chance to make a first impression. An eye-catching video can be your viewer’s first impression of your product and can mean the difference between thousands of views and just a few.

The highlighted video’s job is to tell viewers at a glance what the product is about and why they should check out the product page. It delivers a lot more information about it in the blink of an eye than any traditional image thumbnail.

But how do you know what makes a good video and how do you create one? The good news is that this app will do that all automatically; you just need to select the product and try a few design templates and you’re good to go in seconds.

An onsite video ad can grab your audiences’ attention more than static images ever can. Customers who watch product videos are much more likely to complete their online purchases.

The app is extremely simple to use: you just select any of your products and after the video is generated it will replace the image thumb with an animated version:

  • on every collection page where the product is listed
  • in the featured collection section on the home page in case the product is featured
  • in search results.

Of course you can always delete the video at any time to remove it from every page where it was shown previously. From that point on the original product image is being displayed again.