Facebook Video Editing
A social media video editing service for all your needs
If you’re considering diving into the world of video or if you’re already on the platform but want to put your video content on autopilot and need some help editing your videos for Facebook, then you’ve come to the right place.
Clipfluence specializes in taking your pre-recorded long form content and turning it into shorter but more impactful videos to share across your social media channels.
Facebook video editing services you can rely on
With almost 2 billion users visiting Facebook daily and being the 3rd most visited website behind Google and YouTube, it’s safe to say that you are probably already on Facebook and you more than likely watch videos while on the platform as well. Just in the United States alone, 46% of social media users use Facebook to watch videos. So if you are a business or brand and you aren’t posting video content to Facebook, you are making a mistake.
We can hear you now, “But I don’t have time to edit videos for Facebook, nor the knowledge or skill set to even do it.
And hiring a freelance video editor that I have to keep tabs on is just completely out of the question.” Luckily for you, we have you covered on all aspects.
With our Facebook video editing service, we thrive on taking the video editing off your hands, producing high quality videos and returning them back to you ready-to-post. We offer the best flexibility and customisation of the package that best suits your needs by also giving you the option to repurpose your Facebook videos for all other social media channels as well.
We can convert and repurpose your videos for Facebook
With our Facebook video editing package, we help you edit and repurpose facebook live videos, podcast interviews or live events.
These types of long form videos have the best pieces of information in them but are generally hidden amongst the wide range of topics discussed.
So our team will go through those videos and pull out the best and most impactful pieces and turn them into their own standalone video clips.