Patricia S Harris
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I have been using regular Animoto and I like it. I have had one problem: Animoto allows you to upload an MP3 file of a song, and I purchased one from iTunes just for this purpose. Then when I posted the video on YouTube it was flagged as copyrighted or proprientary audio and made it "soundless". Not sure how you can tell these sites that you actually paid for the music file that you are using in your video.
If you want to purchase music to use try Pond5.com you can buy songs there with the copyright to use it any where. They have great stuff from $2-$100's easy to use and works great. We spend about $10 per song for our vids
As a long time subscriber to the middle Animoto plan, I simply love it. And those "videos" generate the most hits on YouTube. I use it for my virtual tours - which is different than a standard tour, but it works.