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4 Competitors to Toonly

Use drag and drop to easily create explainer-style video

When to use Toonly

Businesses can use Toonly when they want to create their own sales explainer video, and they don't want to hire developers, which can be expensive because they charge a lot of money

It gives them the chance to control every part of the animation process


Toonly Competitor 1 - Raw Shorts
Raw Shorts lets you instantly create animated videos from text. It is an AI-driven video platform that gives business users the tools for producing professional-looking explainer videos

When to use Raw Shorts

For content marketing, social media, internal communication and promotional use cases

Toonly Competitor 2 - OpenShot Video Editor
OpenShot Video Editor is a free and open-source video editor for Linux, macOS, and Windows. It was created in 2008, in an effort to build a free, simple, open-source video editor for Linux

When to use OpenShot Video Editor

Cross-platform video editing solution designed to help businesses of all sizes use a drag-and-drop interface to edit audios, videos, or images

Administrators can use OpenShot Video Editor to add animation effects such as fade, flying text, snow, and bounce, watermarks, 3D titles, and audio tracks among others to enhance the videos

Toonly Competitor 3 - DaVinci Resolve
DaVinci Resolve is a Video editing app that enables production through color correction, visual effects, motion graphics, and post-production audio

When to use DaVinci Resolve

When you want to create any effect with the effect template and apply it to clips on the Edit and Cut pages with a simple drag and drop

There are also 27 new special effects, including noise reduction, lens blur, and image restoration

You also get matte finesse tools, along with tools to add and remove strokes

Toonly Competitor 4 - Toonly
Toonly is an animated explainer video creator used to create simple videos to provide instruction on how to do something, marketing for a product or service, and more

When to use Toonly

Businesses can use Toonly when they want to create their own sales explainer video, and they don't want to hire developers, which can be expensive because they charge a lot of money

It gives them the chance to control every part of the animation process

Raw Shorts lets you instantly create animated videos from text. It is an AI-driven video platform that gives business users the tools for producing professional-looking explainer videos

When to use Raw Shorts

For content marketing, social media, internal communication and promotional use cases

OpenShot Video Editor is a free and open-source video editor for Linux, macOS, and Windows. It was created in 2008, in an effort to build a free, simple, open-source video editor for Linux

When to use OpenShot Video Editor

Cross-platform video editing solution designed to help businesses of all sizes use a drag-and-drop interface to edit audios, videos, or images

Administrators can use OpenShot Video Editor to add animation effects such as fade, flying text, snow, and bounce, watermarks, 3D titles, and audio tracks among others to enhance the videos

DaVinci Resolve is a Video editing app that enables production through color correction, visual effects, motion graphics, and post-production audio

When to use DaVinci Resolve

When you want to create any effect with the effect template and apply it to clips on the Edit and Cut pages with a simple drag and drop

There are also 27 new special effects, including noise reduction, lens blur, and image restoration

You also get matte finesse tools, along with tools to add and remove strokes

Toonly is an animated explainer video creator used to create simple videos to provide instruction on how to do something, marketing for a product or service, and more

When to use Toonly

Businesses can use Toonly when they want to create their own sales explainer video, and they don't want to hire developers, which can be expensive because they charge a lot of money

It gives them the chance to control every part of the animation process