Greetings! Headliner makes it easy to create social media videos from your existing audio, video, text, or you can even start from scratch. Whether you're here to promote your podcast, radio show, blog, website, or business, Headliner has you covered. You can access free images, videos, gifs, and music, all from within Headliner!
In this article, we'll give you a brief overview of the Headliner projects area and then show you the different types of videos you can create.
Now that you have an idea of the types of projects in Headliner, you can either dive right in and try some of the wizards out, or check out the walkthroughs for each below.
The Audiogram Maker
The Audiogram Maker is perfect for podcasters looking to take a snippet from their podcast, add transcription to it, and turn it into a promotional asset for social media. Audiograms are perfect for getting shared on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. For more info on the Audiogram wizard, check out this guide.
If you want to turn your entire podcast episode into a simple audiogram for YouTube or beyond, the Full Episode wizard is perfect for you. It lets you create an audiogram up to 2 hours long. For more info on the Full Episode wizard, please visit this guide.
Caption a Video
User this wizard to transcribe native video and apply captions that fit your brand and stlye. For more info on video captioning, please visit this guide.
Use this wizard to sign your podcast up for automatically generated clips for your latest episode. For more info on Automations, please visit this guide.
Check out the rest of our Knowledge base for specific questions you may have. You can start from scratch using "Advanced Editor" if you'd like, but we recommend trying one of the wizards first.
After you've created and exported your first video using Headliner, you'll be able to share your project on social media using our mobile app, which is available on the App Store and Google Play Store.
If you need any help, we are always available via firstname.lastname@example.org or just use the Chat widget on the bottom right of Headliner.