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Updated on May 22, 2024

Introduction

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🎥 How to create videos and voiceovers using Fliki:

Editor

The editor is where you create and edit your videos, audio files, or images. It's like a digital storyboard where you piece together your project.

Here’s what the editor looks like:

Files and Folders

Creating a Folder

A folder is a digital container used to organize and store files. It allows users to group related files together for easier management and navigation. Users can create folders to categorize their files based on projects, topics, or other criteria that suit their needs. To create a folder, follow the steps:

  1. Navigate to the Files page.

  2. Click on the "New folder" option in the top right corner.

  3. Enter the folder name and click "Submit."

Creating a File

Fliki's files serve as projects where users can create and edit their content. There are three main types of files available, namely video, audio and design files.

  1. To create a video file, jump to the video file section.

  2. To create an audio file, jump to the audio-only file section.

  3. To create a design file, jump to the design file section.

Searching a File

To search files by name on the Files page in Fliki, follow the steps:

  1. Access the Files page.

  2. Click on the search option in the top right corner and type your search query.

Renaming a File

To rename a file in Fliki, follow these steps:

  1. Locate the file you wish to rename on the Files page.

  2. Click on the three dots located to the extreme right of the file.

  3. Select the "Rename" option.

  4. Enter the new name for the file in the provided field.

  5. Click "Save" to confirm the new name.

Moving a File

To move a file in Fliki, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to the Files page and locate the file you want to move.

  2. Click on the three dots located to the extreme right of the file.

  3. Select the "Move" option.

  4. Choose the destination folder where you want to move the file.

  5. Click "Move Here" to confirm the move.

Duplicating a File

To duplicate a file in Fliki, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Files page and find the file you want to duplicate.

  2. Click on the three dots located to the extreme right of the file.

  3. Select the "Duplicate" option.

  4. The file will be duplicated immediately.

Deleting a File

To delete a file in Fliki, follow these steps:

  1. Access the Files page and locate the file you wish to delete.

  2. Click on the three dots located to the extreme right of the file.

  3. Select the "Delete" option.

  4. Confirm the deletion by selecting "Delete" in the confirmation prompt.

Restoring a Deleted File

To restore a deleted file in Fliki, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Accounts tab and click "Trash" or visit Trash.

  2. Locate your recently deleted files stored in the Trash.

  3. Click on the three dots to the extreme right of the file you wish to restore.

  4. Select the "Restore" option.

  5. Confirm the restoration by selecting "Restore" in the confirmation prompt.

Note: Files in the Trash will be permanently deleted after 30 days.

Scenes

A Scene refers to a sequence or segment within a Fliki file. When creating a video/audio in Fliki, users often organize their content into different scenes to structure the narrative or flow of the content. Think of them like chapters in a book. They're arranged in a list from top to bottom, making it easy to see the order of your project.

Adding a scene

You can add scenes to your Fliki file and create a sequence you desire. Follow these steps to add a scene:

  1. Click on the + symbol right below the first scene to create a new one.

  2. You can also add scene(s) between 2 or more scenes via the same process.

Deleting a scene

You can delete or remove a scene you do not need in your sequence. Follow these steps to delete a scene:

  1. Take your cursor on the scene you wish to remove.

  2. Click on the Delete icon right under the scene.

Moving a scene

You can move the scenes in files to rearrange and reorder the flow of your script. To move a scene, follow the steps:

  1. Take your cursor on the scene you wish to move.

  2. Hold the drag handle (⋮⋮ icon) and drag up or down to move your scene up or down, respectively.

Note: The drag handle (⋮⋮ icon) is only visible on the collapsed scene.

Duplicating a scene

You can create a duplicate copy of your scene and make further changes as you desire. To duplicate your scene, follow these steps:

  1. Take your cursor to the scene you wish to duplicate.

  2. Click on the Duplicate this scene button to replicate your scene.

  3. A duplicate scene will be created right below the original one.

Setting custom duration

You can set a custom duration for a particular scene as well. Here’s how you can do it:

  1. Select the scene you wish to shorten or lengthen.

  2. Click on ‘⋮’ (More) and select Custom duration.

  3. A popup will then appear, asking for the duration you wish to set.

  4. Enter the duration (in seconds) and click OK.

  5. To reset the duration, enter 0 in the duration popup and click OK.

Copy/pasting a scene

Here’s how you can copy and paste scenes across different files in Fliki:

  1. Select the scene you wish to copy.

  2. Click on ‘⋮’ (More) and select Copy Scene.

  3. Go to the ‘+’ icon and select Paste Scene. Please note that the Paste Scene option only gets activated when you’ve copied a scene from a file. If you haven’t, then clicking ‘+’ will simply create a new blank scene.

  4. A scene copied from a video can be pasted to an audio-only file, but it’ll only carry over the voiceover aspect of the scene.

Renaming a scene

You can give names to different scenes in your sequence. To rename a scene, follow these steps:

  1. Select the scene you wish to rename.

  2. Click on ‘⋮’ (More) and select Rename.

  3. A Rename popup will appear asking for the new name.

  4. Enter the new name and click Save.

Common Scene

A common scene contains layers that persist throughout the entirety of the audio or video file. These layers typically include watermarks, text, and background music.

Adding text

You can add a piece of text to your file that’ll be visible throughout the video. It is available for video and design-based files. Here’s how you can add a text to your common scene:

  1. Go to the Common Scene section of your file’s sequence and click on Add layer.

  2. Select Text from a list of options.

  3. Type the text you want in the text box.

  4. Your text will appear in the top-center position of your video.

  5. You can change the position, font style, size, text color, background color, shadow color, and even give an animation to the text through the customization section on the right side of your screen.

  6. You can also apply the changes to all the scenes.

Adding Watermark

Adding a watermark brings a sense of authenticity to your creation, be it a brand logo or a symbol you like, you can add a watermark to your files using Fliki. Here’s how:

  1. Go to the Common Scene section of your file’s sequence and click on Add layer.

  2. From the list of options, select Watermark.

  3. Click the watermark media icon to open the media selection window.

  1. Select the image you wish to choose as your watermark.

Adding Background Audio

Background audio sets the tone for your file. Here’s how you can set the background audio for your common scene:

  1. When creating an Audio-only, or Video file, your common scene will already be equipped with a background audio layer.

  2. Click on the Choose file button in the Background Audio layer.

  3. You’ll then be presented with an audio library consisting of stock audio options, custom audio options, and favorites.

  4. Click ‘🔉’ icon to get a preview of the audio clip.

  5. Once satisfied, click the audio clip to select it.

Layers and Customization Panel

A layer in Fliki refers to a section within a scene where you can add text, pictures, videos, audio clips and even avatar videos to your layer. You can also customize layers through the customization panel on the right side of the screen.

Note: There is a maximum limit of 15 layers per scene. Therefore, you can only add up to 15 layers in one particular scene.

Here’s a list of different layers with their customization options:

Voiceover

With Fliki, you can add voiceovers to your video and audio files to give them a narration. Choose from a range of voices from different languages, dialects, and styles.

Adding a Voiceover

  1. Click the voice name under the Voiceover section in the scene. The default voice is usually Sara.

  2. This brings up a Voice selection window.

  3. You can click on the speaker icon ‘🔉’ to play sample audio from the voice.

  4. To select the voice for a scene click on the desired voice and then click Select at the bottom of the window.

  5. If you want to apply the same voice to all your scenes, click on Apply this voice to all voiceovers checkbox.

Customizing AI voices

Customize AI voices based on language, dialects and styles. Here’s how you can customize an AI voice:

Language

Fliki supports 75+ languages to help you create videos that reflect your ideas in the best way possible!

🇦🇪 Arabica 🇨🇳 Chinese 🇨🇿 Czech 🇩🇰 Danish 🇳🇱 Dutch 🇺🇸 English 🇫🇮 Finnish 🇫🇷 French 🇩🇪 German 🇬🇷 Greek 🇮🇱 Hebrew 🇮🇳 Hindi 🇮🇩 Indonesian 🇮🇹 Italian 🇯🇵 Japanese 🇰🇷 Korean 🇳🇴 Norwegian 🇵🇱 Polish 🇵🇹 Portuguese 🇷🇴 Romanian 🇷🇺 Russian 🇪🇸 Spanish 🇸🇪 Swedish 🇹🇭 Thai 🇹🇷 Turkish, and many more.

Not finding your language? Reach out to us at support@fliki.ai

Selecting a language

Follow these steps to select a language for your voiceover layer:

  1. Click on the voice name right below the Voiceover layer in the scene.

  2. You’ll then find the Language dropdown in the Voice selection window.

  3. Use the Language dropdown to select your desired language.

Dialect

Fliki supports more than 100 different dialects/accents to give your videos an organic and relatable voice. It also supports multiple region-language combinations like:

🇺🇸 American English 🇬🇧 British English 🇮🇳Indian English 🇲🇽 Mexican Spanish 🇪🇸 Spanish from Spain 🇺🇸 American Spanish 🇧🇷 Brazilian Portuguese 🇵🇹 Portuguese from Portugal 🇨🇦 Canadian French 🇧🇪 Belgium French 🇦🇪 Emirates Arabic 🇲🇦 Moroccan Arabic, and many more.

Not finding your dialect? Reach out to us at support@fliki.ai

Selecting a dialect

Choose a dialect for your voiceover layer from a list of dialects. To select a dialect, follow these steps:

  1. Click the voice name right below Voiceover in the scene.

  2. You’ll then find the Dialect dropdown in the Voice Selection window.

  3. Use the Dialect dropdown to select a dialect based on the language you have chosen.

Voice Styles

Fliki helps you set the style of voice you need for your video and audio files. Whether you want to express Happiness, Anger, Cheerfulness, or Hope, you can select a voice style that best suits your narrative.

Note: Voices that support voice styles are indicated with a ‘⚡️’ icon.

Selecting a Voice Style

To change and select a voice style for your voiceover layer, follow these steps:

  1. Click the voice name under the Voiceover layer in the scene.

  2. You’ll then find the Voice style dropdown within the Voice selection window.

  3. Select a voice with the ‘⚡️’ icon and go to the Voice style dropdown.

  4. From the dropdown, select the style you need for your voice.

Tune

You can tune the voiceover layer of your scene to best fit your narrative needs. You can set and manage the rate and pitch to create a coherent narration.

Rate

Change the rate of words being narrated by selecting a piece of text from the scene. To change the rate, follow these steps:

  1. Change the rate of words being narrated by selecting/ highlighting a piece of text.

  2. Click Tune followed by Rate.

  3. Choose among X-Slow, Slow, Medium, Fast, X-Fast, and Default. You can also use the slider to set the tempo.

Pitch

Set and change the pitch of your voiceover layer by following these steps:

  1. Select a piece of text in the scene’s voiceover layer.

  2. Then, click Tune followed by Pitch.

  3. Choose among X-Low, Low, Medium, High, X-High, and Default. You can also use the slider to set the pitch.

Clear

Use Clear to reset the pitch and rate settings that have been set by you.

Add pause

You can add pause between words in your scene. To add a pause, select a piece of text from your scene:

  1. Go to Pause and set the pause time (in seconds) inside the add-pause popup.

Note: Not all voices support changing pitch, rate and adding pause at this point. And for those voices, these options are not visible.

Pronounce

You can hear how a word is pronounced through the Pronounce feature. Simply select the word you want to hear, and then click Pronounce to hear how it sounds.

Voice Cloning

Fliki’s Voice Cloning technology allows users to record and create a computer-generated voice that sounds just like their own. This technology is particularly useful for those who need to generate voiceovers using their own voice but do not have the time or resources to record their voice for every project. Here’s how you can clone your voice:

  1. Subscribe to the Premium plan and navigate to the Try Voice Cloning section in the Voice selection window.

  2. Enter the voice name, select gender and language.

  3. Record a consent script along with a sample script for about 2 mins.

Voice Cloning is supported in

🇺🇸 American English 🇫🇷 French, 🇩🇪 German, 🇮🇳 Hindi, 🇮🇹 Italian, 🇵🇱 Polish, 🇧🇷 Brazilian Portuguese, 🇪🇸 Spanish, 🇯🇵 Japanese, 🇨🇳 Chinese, 🇰🇷 Korean, 🇮🇩 Indonesia, 🇳🇱 Dutch, 🇹🇷 Turkish, 🇵🇭 Filipino, 🇸🇪 Swedish, 🇧🇬 Bulgarian, 🇷🇴 Romanian, 🇦🇪 Arabic, 🇨🇿 Czech, 🇬🇷 Greek, 🇫🇮 Finnish, 🇭🇷 Croatian, 🇲🇾Malay, 🇸🇰 Slovak, 🇩🇰 Danish, 🇮🇳 Tamil, 🇺🇦 Ukrainian and 🇷🇺 Russian.

Voiceover customization settings

Every piece of audio that you add to your audio or video file can be customized. Here’s how you can customize your audio clips in different scenes.

  1. Volume - Use the volume slider to increase or decrease the volume of the audio layer.

  2. Speed - Use the speed slider to increase or decrease the speed of the audio layer.

  3. Subtitle - Click the Subtitle checkbox to enable subtitles. It’ll use your script from the scene to make a subtitle.

  4. Position manually - Set a custom position for the subtitles manually by dragging them within the preview window.

  5. Position grid—Choose a fixed position for the subtitles on the 3×3 grid.

  6. Nudge - Adjust your subtitles to avoid overlapping with the Nudge checkbox.

  7. Tilt - Tilt your subtitles to a few degrees through the Tilt checkbox.

  8. Font - Choose a font for your subtitles from a list of fonts available.

  9. Font Size - Choose a subtitle font size that suits your presentation style.

  10. Text color - Choose a subtitle text color by either entering a Hashcode or manually selecting the shade.

  11. Background color - Choose a background color for your subtitle layer either by entering the hashcode or manually selecting the shade.

  12. Display - Choose how you want to display your subtitles from a list of options: word, phrase, sequence, or full.

  13. Effects - Customize your subtitles with bubble, fill, stroke, text color, background, and underline effects, which help create visually engaging and stylistically unique video captions.

  14. Animation - Add animation to the text layer; select an animation from the Animation dropdown.

  15. Audio visualization - Click the Audio visualization to add a visualization overlay to your file.

  16. Apply to all scenes - Click on Apply to all scenes to apply a change across all scenes.

Media

You can change the media in your video and design files through simple steps:

  1. Select the scene to change its media.

  2. Select the media item (video clip or image) within the scene.

  3. On the right side of the screen, you can customize the media options.

  4. You can also let AI auto-pick media for you by clicking the Auto pick media button.

Stock Media

Stock media represents the standard set of pictures and videos that can be added to a scene. These are royalty free, simple pieces of media that are easily accessible to all users. Here’s how you can add stock media to your scene:

  1. Select the media element in the media layer of your scene.

  2. A library window will appear with options for Stock library, My library, Generate and Favorites. Select Stock library.

  3. A list of media will appear. Please note that you can change the type of media you need by choosing between Video, Image, and GIF.

  4. You can also look up specific media by typing it in the search bar and clicking Search.

Custom Media

Custom media refers to the media that you can upload from your system to Fliki. Here’s how you can access custom media:

  1. Select the media element in the media layer of your scene.

  2. A library window will appear with options for Stock library, My library, Generate, and Favorites. Select My library.

  3. Click on Choose files to select media from your local device. You can select a maximum of five files of upto 250 MB each in one instance.

  4. Once uploaded, your custom media files will appear in "My Library" alongside your other uploaded media.

AI Media

AI media refers to the type of media that you can generate using Fliki’s Generate option. You can generate a video clip or an image using this feature. Here’s how you can add AI media to your file:

  1. Select a scene with a media layer.

  2. Click on the media icon within the media layer.

  3. A library window will appear with options for Stock library, My library, Generate and Favorites. Select Generate.

  4. Choose between AI image and AI video clip.

  5. Enter your prompt in the Instructions box.

  6. Select a style for your AI-generated media by choosing one from the drop-down menu and hit Generate.

  7. You can also use the Auto generate feature to generate a piece of media through AI based on the context of your sequence.

B-rolls

Enhance your scenes by adding multiple media elements that play sequentially, creating a rich, engaging experience. Follow the given steps to add B-rolls in Fliki:

  1. Highlight the text in the voiceover layer where you want to add the B-Roll and select 'B-roll'.

  2. A new media layer will be added that only shows when the selected text is spoken.

  3. You can fine-tune the media timing by selecting the media layer, checking the ‘Timing’ checkbox in the right customization panel and dragging the ‘Scene Time‘ handles.

  4. The media duration can also be visualized with a Gantt chart in the media layer, showing exactly how long each media element will appear.

Media customization settings

  1. Height and Width: Adjust the height and width of the media within the range of 0 to 100. You can also graphically edit the media's size via the preview window.

  2. Top and Left: Set the position of the media by specifying the top and left coordinates. You can also drag the media to adjust its position directly on the preview window.

  3. Rotate: Rotate the media to achieve the desired orientation.

  4. Fit - Choose among Cover and Contain options for your media.

  5. Position media - Adjust the position of the media within the media frame. This option is helpful to adjust the positioning of stock videos, especially in different aspect ratios like 9:16.

  6. Border radius - Control the corner roundness of the selected media layer.

  7. Opacity: Control the transparency of the media layer.

  8. Volume - Use the volume slider to increase or decrease the volume of the media layer.

  9. Animation: Add animation effects to the media layer by selecting an animation from the dropdown menu.

  10. Auto pick media - The Auto pick media selects a contextual media based on the script of your scene.

Avatar

Fliki brings AI-generated characters to life as narrators. You can choose from a variety of avatars to give voice to your scenes, adding depth and personality to your videos. Here’s how you can add an avatar to your video file:

  1. Click on a scene to add an avatar.

  2. Go to Add layer and select Avatar.

  3. You can add either a stock, AI-generated or a custom Avatar.

Stock avatar

A stock avatar is the one that is readily available in the avatar library. Here’s how you can add one:

  1. Click on a scene to add an avatar.

  2. Go to Add layer and select Avatar.

  3. An avatar layer will be added to your scene.

  4. Click on the avatar to access the avatar selection window.

  5. Choose Stock avatars to display a list of readily available avatars.

  6. Select the gender of your avatar by clicking and choosing a gender from the Gender dropdown.

  7. Hold your cursor over the avatar to get a preview of how it’ll look.

  8. Once satisfied, click on the avatar.

My avatar

Fliki allows you to add your own custom avatar to your video. Here’s how you can add one:

  1. Click on a scene to add an avatar.

  2. Go to Add layer and select Avatar.

  3. An avatar layer will be added to your scene.

  4. Click on the avatar to access the avatar selection window.

  5. Choose My avatars followed by Choose file.

  6. Select an avatar from your system.

Generate avatar

Fliki gives you the ability to generate avatars as well. Here’s how you can add one:

  1. Click on a scene to add an avatar.

  2. Go to Add layer and select Avatar.

  3. An avatar layer will be added to your scene.

  4. Click on the avatar to access the avatar selection window.

  5. Choose Generate avatar followed by Choose file.

  6. Enter your prompt in the Instructions box.

  7. You can also choose the style of your avatar from the Style dropdown.

  8. Once satisfied, click Create.

Avatar customization settings

You can further customize your avatar and its appearance on your video. Just access the customization section on the right side of your screen. Here’s how:

  1. Position - It lets you set the position of your avatar on the video. Select a position from the grid just by clicking it.

  2. Position manually - You can set a custom position for the avatar by dragging it within the preview window.

  3. Size - It lets you set the size of your avatar’s on screen presence. Select the size you need from the Size dropdown.

  4. Close up - You can put a close up of your avatar on your video. Simply click the Close up checkbox to enable close up view.

  5. Transparent - You can remove the solid background from your avatar via this feature. Click on the Transparent checkbox to disable the solid background.

  6. Background color - Select a solid background color for your avatar through this feature. Click on the color bar to access the color popup. Select your desired color. Or enter a hashcode to your required color.

  7. Animation - Select from a list of animations that suit your avatar’s presentation in the video. Click on the Animation popup to display a list of animations. Choose the one that suits you best.

  8. Generate avatar video - You can generate an avatar video through Fliki’s AI. Click on the Generate avatar video. A prompt will appear asking you to confirm whether you want to create an avatar video or not. Read the prompt carefully and click Generate.

Text

You can add a text layer to your scenes in Fliki as well. Here’s how you can do so:

  1. Select the scene to add the text layer.

  2. Click on Add layer and choose Text from the list.

  3. A text layer will appear with an empty text box.

  4. Start writing your text in the text box.

Text customization settings

Customize your text layer over the following aspects, you will find these customization options for the text layer in the customization panel on the right:

  1. Position - Set the position of your text layer by choosing a position on the grid.

  2. Position manually - You can set a custom position for the text by dragging it within the preview window.

  3. Font - Choose from a list of fonts available.

  4. Size - Choose a font size that suits your presentation style.

  5. Text color - Choose a text color by either entering a Hashcode or manually selecting the shade.

  6. Background color - Choose a background color for your text layer either by entering the hashcode or manually selecting the shade.

  7. Shadow color - Choose a shadow color by either entering a Hashcode or manually selecting the shade.

  8. Animation in - Add animation to the text layer, select an animation from the Animation dropdown.

  9. Apply to all scenes - Click on Apply to all scenes to apply a change across all scenes.

Shape

Add shapes like squares, rectangles, circles, and ellipses to enhance the visual appeal of your videos. Here’s how to add a shape layer to a scene:

  1. Select the scene to add the shape layer.

  2. Click on Add layer and choose Shape from the list.

  3. A shape layer will appear.

Shape customization settings

Customize the shape layer according to your preferences using the following options:

  1. Height and Width: Adjust the height and width of the shape within the range of 0 to 100. You can also graphically edit the shape's size via the preview window.

  2. Top and Left: Set the position of the shape by specifying the top and left coordinates. You can also drag the shape to adjust its position directly on the preview window.

  3. Rotate: Rotate the shape to achieve the desired orientation. You can also use the rotation handle in the preview window to graphically rotate the shape.

  4. Opacity: Control the transparency of the shape layer.

  5. Shape: Choose from available shapes such as rectangle and circle.

  6. Background Color: Select a background color for the shape layer by entering the hashcode or manually selecting the shade.

  7. Animation: Add animation effects to the shape layer by selecting an animation from the dropdown menu.

Audio

You can add audio clips to your video and audio files through Fliki. Here’s how you can add an audio clip:

  1. Select the scene to add the audio layer.

  2. Click on Add layer and choose Audio from the list.

  3. An audio layer will appear in your scene.

  4. Click on Choose file in the audio layer to access the audio library.

  5. Choose an audio clip from Stock library, My library, and Favorites.

  6. Click the ‘🔉’ to get a preview of the audio file.

  7. Once satisfied, click the audio clip to add to your scene.

Audio customization settings

Customize your audio overlay over the following aspects, you will find these options in the customization panel on the right:

  1. Volume - Use the volume slider to increase or decrease the volume of the audio layer.

  2. Speed - Use the speed slider to increase or decrease the speed of the audio layer.

  3. Subtitle - Click the Subtitle checkbox to enable subtitles. It’ll use your script from the scene to make a subtitle.

  4. Audio visualization - Click the Audio visualization to add a visualization overlay to your file.

  5. Apply to all scenes - Click on Apply to all scenes to apply a change across all scenes.

Layer Options

The following layer options are common for all files in Fliki.

Hide

  1. Select the layer you want to hide.

  2. Click the hide icon right beside the delete layer button.

  3. Your layer will be hidden from the final preview. Its effects will be muted.

Delete

  1. Select the layer you want to delete.

  2. Click the delete icon right beside the hide icon in the layer.

Preview Window

The preview window in Fliki is a media player with a list of features to help you get a better look at your file:

  1. Preview - Get a preview of your audio or video file with the preview button. You can play and pause your audio and video files through this button.

  2. Reset - Reset the play sequence back to 0 with this button.

  3. Share video preview - Share a preview version of your video with your friends or team members. Click the share icon and copy the link from the Share Preview popup. Share the pass code with the people you want to show the preview.

  4. Preview in fullscreen - Get a full screen preview of the video file that you’ve created.

Other Settings

Here’s a list of additional settings that can help you make better video and audio files with Fliki:

Pronunciation Map

Fliki provides a pronunciation map/dictionary, at every script level. You can add custom pronunciation mapping to various names and acronyms in your script.

  1. Click the ‘⋮’ (more) icon and select Pronunciation map.

  2. Enter the original word or acronym in the Original box and the replacement inside the Replace with box.

  3. Click the play button right next to the Original and Replace with sections to hear the pronunciations. Once satisfied, click the tick-mark button.

  4. You can also choose a test voice to get a preview of the changes.

  5. Once satisfied with the result, click Done.

Translate

You can translate your script with Fliki in 3 simple steps:

  1. Click the ‘⋮’ (more) icon and select Translate.

  2. Select the Language and the Dialect from their respective dropdowns.

  3. Click Submit.

Editor Layout

You can change the layout of the editor through the Editor Layout feature.

  1. Click the ⋮ (more) icon and select Editor Layout.

  2. Move the Scenes, the Player, or the Customization section left or right of each other.

  3. Once done, click Update.

Video

Fliki helps you create creative videos with layers of text, images, audio clips and much more. It is simple yet powerful. Here’s how it works:

Creating a Video File

Follow the steps to learn how to create a video file in Fliki:

  1. Go to the Files section and select + New file.

  2. In the new file popup, select Video, enter the file name, choose a language and dialect.

  3. Choose as aspect ratio from the Aspect ratio dropdown.

  4. Go to the Start with dropdown and select any one input form among Empty file, Script, Idea, Blog, PPT, Tweet or Product.

  5. Once done, click Submit.

Video Types (Magic Create)

Fliki’s Magic Create feature helps you create videos from scripts, ideas, blogs, tweets, and even products via simple prompts. Here’s how you can create a video through magic create:

Creating a Video through Idea

Create a video by putting your ideas in words, Fliki will take your idea as input and come up with a video that fits the description well. Here’s how you can create a video through an idea:

  1. On the editor window, click Magic Create.

  2. Select Idea to access the idea window.

  3. Type your idea prompt in the Idea prompt box.

  4. Set the duration of the video through the duration slider.

  5. Choose among Stock media, AI Media, AI Avatar, Sound Effects, Headings, and Stickers for your video.

  6. Once done, click Submit.

Creating a Video through Script

Create a video based on a script of your choice. Fliki will take your script as input and create a video along the same lines. Here’s how you can create a video through a script:

  1. On the editor window, click Magic Create.

  2. Select Script to access the script window.

  3. Type your script in the Scriptbox.

  4. Set the duration of the video through the duration slider.

  5. Choose among Stock media, AI Media, AI Avatar, Sound Effects, and Headings for your video.

  6. Once done, click Submit.

Note:

  1. Fliki will automatically break your script into different scenes based on new line breaks. Therefore, we recommend editing your script accordingly (Writing a single paragraph will create only one scene)

  2. If you choose to enable the Summarize checkbox, a video will be generated with summarized script (with rephrased statements). If you want the video to have your original script, we recommend disabling the Summarize checkbox.

Creating a Video through Blog

You can turn the contents of your blog to video with Fliki’s Magic Create feature. Here’s how you can create a video through a blog:

  1. On the editor window, click Magic Create.

  2. Select Blog to access the blog window.

  3. Paste the blog URL in the Blog URL section.

  4. Click the summarize checkbox to create a summarized video of your blog. You can still change the duration using the duration slider though.

  5. Set the duration of the video through the duration slider.

  6. Choose between Stock media, AI Media, AI Avatar, Sound Effects, Headings, and Stickers for your video.

  7. Once done, click Submit.

Creating a Video through PPT

Transform your presentations into attractive videos with Fliki. Here’s how you can create a video through a presentation:

  1. On the editor window, click Magic Create.

  2. Select PPT to access the PPT window.

  3. Choose and upload a PPT file from your system to Fliki.

  4. You can also add an AI avatar using the AI Avatar button.

    Note: The maximum file upload size limit for a PPT file is 100 MB.

Creating a Video through Tweet

Use your Tweets to tell stories through videos. To create a video through a Tweet, follow these steps:

  1. On the editor window, click Magic Create.

  2. Select Tweet to access the Tweet window.

  3. Paste the Tweet URL in the Tweet URL section.

  4. Choose between Stock media, AI Media, AI Avatar and Sound Effects for your video.

  5. Once done, click Submit.

Creating a Video through Product

You can create a product-based video that displays the features, make and model, and other details through the Fliki’s Magic Create feature. Here’s how you can create a video through a product:

  1. On the editor window, click Magic Create.

  2. Select Product to access the product window.

  3. Paste the product URL in the Product URL section.

  4. Set the duration of the video through the duration slider.

  5. Enable or disable templates for your product video.

  6. If you enable the template, you can select one via Select Template button.

  7. Choose from a list of Generic, Amazon, and Airbnb-based templates.

  8. Hover your cursor over the template to get a audio-visual preview.

  9. Once satisfied, click the template to select it.

Templates

Create on-brand videos with Fliki Templates. Templates help you start videos with predefined layouts and animations. Browse through a list of available templates and choose the one that suits your business. Set brand colors, brand font, and logo to seamlessly reflect your unique brand identity.

Here’s how you can use a template to create a video:

  1. Click on the Magic create feature in the editor window.

  2. Select one among idea, blog or product.

  3. Click on Select template to access the template selection menu.

  4. Select a template of your choice from the template selection menu. You can also get an audio-visual preview of the template by keeping your cursor over the template.

Scene-level Templates

  1. Click on a scene to expand and then click ⋮ (More) to access the menu.

  2. You can then select Apply template, if you want to apply a template to the selected scene, Remove template if you want to remove the template from the scene. Besides, there are two more options: Custom duration and Rename.

Template settings

To access template settings, simply click on Settings located in the top panel of the Editor, right beside the Download option. Here you’ll find the following options:

  1. Brand colors: You’re given a brand color palette from which you can choose the right blend that best reflects your brand/style. To change the colors, simply click the palette options to access the color selection window and select your blend.

  2. Brand fonts: Choose from a list of primary and secondary fonts for your video by clicking the Brand fonts dropdown. Learn more about other setting options.

  3. Once you’re done making the necessary changes, click Save.

Editing the File

Add voices, layers, avatars, text, and other elements to your videos. You can perform edits to the following aspects:

  1. Changing voiceover - Select a scene and click on the voice name in the voiceover layer and choose from any of the 2000+ voices in 75+ different languages. You can also customize the voiceover layer from the customization panel on the right. Click here to learn more.

  2. Changing background audio - Choose a background audio for the Common scene of your video. Click Choose file and select an audio from the background audio library. You can mark favorites and add your own audio clips as well.

  3. Add layers to your video - Add different layers containing media elements like Text, Picture-in-Picture, Avatar and Audio. Click here to learn more.

  4. Customize your layers - Customize layers via the customization section on the right side of the editor.

  5. Preview - Hit preview to see how your video looks and sounds in the preview window.

File Settings

  1. Gap between scenes - Set gaps between the scenes by tweaking their values (in seconds). Click the Gap between the scenes box to enter the value.

  2. Aspect ratio - Choose between Square, Portrait, and Landscape aspect ratios for your video.

  3. Fade effect - You can enable or disable Fade effect for your videos by simply clicking the checkbox.

  4. Special transition effects - Enable special transition effects between your scenes by clicking the Special transition effects checkbox.

Download Options

Once happy with the results from preview, you can click on Download, then Start export to render and download your video. You have the following download options available:

Resolution - Export your videos in a range of resolutions, namely:

  1. 1080p

  2. 720p

  3. 360p

Format - Export your videos in a range of formats, namely:

  1. MP4

  2. MOV

Once set, click Start export.

Audio

Fliki helps you create audio files from text inputs. They can be ideas, scripts, or even a blog.

Creating an Audio only file

Follow the steps to learn how to create an audio file in Fliki:

  1. Click on + New file

  2. In the new file popup, select Audio, enter the file name, choose a language and dialect.

  3. Go to the Start with dropdown and select any one input form among Empty file, Script, Idea or Blog.

  4. Once done, click Submit.

  5. You’ll then be presented with the editor, a place where you can create your own scenes and play around with different voices.

  6. To select a common background audio file, click on Choose file right below Background Audio layer within Common scene.

  7. To write a scene, click on the first scene and start typing your script.

  8. You can create multiple scenes by clicking the ‘+’ icon.

  9. To listen to your script, click the play button in the media player.

Audio Types (Magic Create)

Fliki’s Magic Create helps you generate your own audio file using AI, through prompts.

Creating audio through Idea

Transform your ideas into an audio file through Fliki’s Magic Create feature. To create an audio file from your idea, follow these steps:

  1. On the Editor, go to Magic Create on the right-upper side.

  2. You’ll be presented with the Magic Create window, select Idea as your preferred method.

  3. Once done, click on the Idea prompt box and start writing down your idea.

  4. Select the duration of the audio file via Maximum duration slider, the default duration is set to 1 minute.

  5. By default you’ll find the Sound Effects button turned on. It’ll auto-pick sound effects based on the prompt you give.

  6. Once done, click Submit.

Creating audio through Script

Transform your script into an audio file with Fliki. You can create audiobooks, narration for YouTube channels, and much more with this feature. Fliki will take your script as input and create an audio file based on a few additional inputs/choices.

  1. On the Editor, go to Magic Create on the right-upper side.

  2. You’ll be presented with the Magic Create window, select Script as your preferred method.

  3. Once done, click on the Scriptbox and start writing your script.

  4. Select the duration of the audio file via the Maximum duration slider, its default duration is set to 1 minute.

  5. Enable/disable the Sound effects button as per your requirement. It’ll auto-pick sound effects based on the script in each scene.

  6. Once done, click Submit.

Note:

  1. Fliki will automatically break your script into different scenes based on new line breaks. Therefore, we recommend editing your script accordingly (Writing a single paragraph will create only one scene)

  2. If you choose to enable the Summarize checkbox, a video will be generated with summarized script (with rephrased statements). If you want the video to have your original script, we recommend disabling the Summarize checkbox.

Creating audio through Blog

Transform your blog into an audio file through Fliki’s Magic Create. Follow these steps to convert your blog into an audio file:

  1. On the Editor, go to Magic Create on the right-upper side.

  2. You’ll be presented with the Magic Create window, select Blog as your preferred method.

  3. Paste the blog’s URL in the Blog URL box, ensure that the link isn’t broken.

  4. Select Summarize if you want to create a short audio clip of your blog. You can set the duration through the slider.

  5. By default you’ll find the Sound Effects button turned on. It’ll auto-pick sound effects based on the prompt you give.

Editing the File

Choose among different voices, add scenes, and experiment with your audio files. You can perform edits to the following aspects:

  1. Changing voiceover - Select a scene and click on the voice name in the voiceover layer and choose from any of the 2000+ voices in 75+ different languages. You can also customize the voiceover layer from the customization panel on the right. Click here to learn more.

  2. Changing background audio - Choose a background audio for the Common scene of your audio. Click Choose file and select an audio from the background audio library. You can mark favorites and add your own audio clips as well.

  3. Preview - Hit preview to hear how your audio sounds.

File Settings

Gap between scenes - Set gaps between the scenes by tweaking their values (in seconds). Click the Gap between the scenes box to enter the value.

Download Options

Once happy with the results from preview, you can click on Download, then Start export to download your audio. You have the following download options available:

Format - Export your audio files in a range of formats, namely:

MP3

WAV

Once set, click Start export.

Design

You can create designs using Fliki and use them for your business, social media channels, etc.

Creating a Design file

Follow the steps to learn how to create a design (image) file in Fliki:

  1. Click on + New file

  2. In the new file popup, select Design and enter the file name.

  3. Once done, click Submit.

Editing the File

Add watermarks, scenes, customize media and do a lot more to your design files. You can perform edits to the following aspects:

  1. Select your media - Click the common scene to expand. Choose among Text, Picture-in-Picture, and Watermark to add in the common layer. Click here to know more.

  2. Manage the scene - Click a scene to expand. Choose among Text and Picture-in-Picture to add to your scene.

  3. Customize media - Click a scene to expand and then click the media layer. Customize media placements and additions through the customization section on the right side of the screen.

  4. Preview - Take a look at the existing design through the preview window.

File Settings

Aspect ratio - Select between Square, Portrait and Landscape options.

Download Options

Format - Export your design files in a range of formats, namely:

  1. JPG

  2. PNG

  3. WEBP

  4. PDF

Once set, click Start export.

Account and Subscription

Get all the information you need on handling your Fliki account and subscription.

Credits

Credits are charged whenever you generate audio or export a video.

Credits are updated based on your billing cycle i.e. one month after the date you sign up. The monthly quota resets every month and the credits cannot be carried over or accumulated to the next month’s quota. Learn more about how credits are calculated in Fliki.

If you find any discrepancy in the quota it’s usually since every change of scene reconverts the entire paragraphs and all the words will be recounted in your quota, to avoid this we recommend keeping the scene/ paragraphs smaller in length.

Credits charged per feature:

Feature

Audio - Neural Voices (1 Minute)

Audio - Cloned Voices (1 Minute)

Audio - Ultra Realistic Voices (1 Minute)

Video - Export (1 Minute)

AI Art (1 Image)

AI Avatar (1 Minute)

AI Video Clip (1 Clip)

Idea to Video (per Conversion)

Blog to Video (per Conversion)

Tweet to Video (per Conversion)

PPT to Video (per Conversion)

Product to Video (per Conversion)

Credits

1 Credit

2 Credits

2 Credits

1 Credit

0.1 Credits

15 Credits

10 Credits

0.25 Credits

0.5 Credits

0.5 Credits

1 Credit

1 Credit

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Paid subscription members can change and update billing details.

You can access it from Account → Credits → Manage Subscription and you will be able to update your company name, VAT and other details.

We use Stripe for processing payments and do not store your card details.

To compare the plans and learn more, you can check out the pricing page.

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You can manage Fliki mail notifications by enabling or disabling them, click here to manage email notifications.

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Fliki offers team/company plans for easy management of subscription.

When you create a new team, you are added as the team administrator. You can add team members who will inherit your plan.

Your card is automatically charged when you add a new member. Each new seat follows same pricing and payment cycle as active on admin account.

Credits will be shared across all the team members.

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Rewards

Earn free credits by spreading a word about Fliki! Get started by heading to the rewards section of the Account.

How to solve YouTube Content ID Claims

Please head over to your profile and enter your Youtube channel ID and hit Save. It should take a few hours to reflect and remove the claim from your video.

How to solve TikTok, Facebook Content ID Claims

In these cases, you will need to dispute the charge and claim the content is licensed through Storyblocks.