How to create different videos by writing better prompts.

How to create different videos by writing better prompts

Hello, content creators! 🌟Creating videos takes a lot of time, repetitive tasks, and let’s be honest, it’s common to run out of ideas. But what if I told you that the latest WOXO update can take away all those problems? Let’s start writing better prompts.

The evolution of WOXO

We want your experience to be smoother, more intuitive and, frankly, a lot more fun – that’s what we’re working hard for! Now when you write a prompt you can do it in a way that’s more similar to other AI platforms. So if you want to create varied content quickly here are a couple of tips.

Writing better prompts

For prompts clarity is the most important thing. Keep it short and to the point.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to achieve this:

  1. We recommend you start by specifying the number of videos you want to make. For example, start with “Create 10 videos…”. Remember that you can make a maximum of 10 videos per prompt.
  2. Next, define the topic you want to talk about. In this case it’s for a channel about fun facts about history. So I say, “…each with a fun fact from ancient history…”. This way you establish a clear direction for your content. If your channel was about marketing it could be something like: “each one with 1 tip to increase your views on YouTube…” or if it was about coffee “each one with 2 facts about coffee.”
  3. Furthermore, you can specify a range of parameters in your prompt that are typically set manually in the settings. This includes the language of the videos, and the background style (choices include “Digital Art”, “Photographic”, “Pop”, and many others). If none are specified in the prompt or settings, WOXO’s AI will automatically select the style that best suits your videos for optimal results.
  4. Extra tip: Adapt the structure to your liking. While WOXO is a genius when it comes to sticking to the tried-and-true formats of social media, adding a personal touch can make your videos even more unique. For example: “…First, make a question to arouse curiosity; then, tell a fact related to the question but unanswered; third, tell the answer to the question; and finally, say another fact related to the answer”. For this particular case you manage to have the user’s curiosity and he will tend to watch the video at the end because that is when the whole question is answered.

The better prompt

Here’s how your prompt might look, incorporating the tips provided:

“Create 10 videos in American English, each with a fun fact from ancient history, styled with a Photographic background. Start with a question to arouse curiosity, follow with a fact related to the question but leave it unanswered, then reveal the answer, and conclude with another fact related to the answer.”

Or for a different theme:

“Generate 5 videos in Spanish, each offering a tip to increase YouTube views, using a Pop background style. Begin with a compelling statistic to grab attention, then introduce a marketing tip, explain its impact, and end with a call to action.”

Final results

All the given videos were published on this YouTube channel we created and have had good views. We leave you the link in case you want to take a look to 🤖 👉 Enigma Origins. This is a faceless Youtube channel created using WOXO. If you are not so sure about faceless Youtube channel you can read this article and find out the value of this type of channels.

And voila! With a few thoughtful lines, you’ll have set the stage for 10 captivating videos ready to take social media by storm. 🌟

Try writing your prompts like this and believe me you won’t work harder but smarter.

Happy video making! 🚀🎬

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About Emmanuel

Graphic designer and head professor of UI/UX and Motion Design at the Higher Institute of Design of the University of Havana, with more than 7 years of experience. He is a specialist in UI/UX and motion graphic design.

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