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Automated Animation
Automated animations are a service designed by, and unique to Vox Pops International. Create one animation that updates over time, or create hundreds of versions all at once. Automated animations are the most cost effective way to iterate multiple versions of a video, each containing varying data. These animations can be as creative as you like, get in touch to find out more.

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How It Works
First off, VPI creates a bespoke ‘template’ animation based around 1 possible iteration of your data. We then create all of the assets that could be included in different versions of that video. Finally, we sync the template up to the datasheet and, voila, the correct assets are selected and automatically incorporated to update your video.

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What Data Can Be Incorporated?
What you automate isn’t limited to text or numbers. We can set up rules that help you get more creative with your data. For example, if ‘NPS’ field drops since last time, show a sad face. If ‘amount commissioned’ increases, show a dancing lady. We can trigger creative animations based around your data, rather than including your data in its plain text format. Even the voiceover can be automated!

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On-Going Video Reporting
This is the most common application of automated animation. If you track any data, from sales figures to NPS, social media engagement to budgets, you can sync an automated animation to these spreadsheets to create a video report that will update every time your data does. This is a great way to increase engagement with important data that your business tracks.

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Create Multiple Versions At Once
Create multiple versions of an animation to match different data you already have. For example, figures from different countries, different demographics, or any other data that is split into groups. Create different versions for different audiences, different membership levels or any other way you can think! As a rule of thumb,

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An overview from VPI Head of Production, Peter Norris

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