Video Resume Maker
Feature rich, but easy to use
How to make a video resume:
Write and Record
Edit your resume
Recording yourself has never been easier
Forget about recording yourself on your phone and then trying to figure out how to move the video to your computer and which program you should install in order to edit the footage. You can use Flixier to record yourself right in the web browser using your computer’s webcam and microphone, or record yourself on your phone and then transfer the footage to Flixier instantly using our Google Photos, Google Drive and Dropbox integrations.
Add pictures, text and motion titles
If you’re making a video resume, you want it to get noticed! Make sure that your video CV doesn’t get lost in the crowd by turning it into a professional presentation. Add pictures and logos to show off your portfolio, use Motion Titles to delineate between different chapters and take advantage of our custom text tool to display the most important information on screen.
Free video resume maker
If you have a tight budget, don’t worry! The Flixier video resume maker lets you register an account and use it for free. Free accounts get access to all of the same features as our paid users, the only difference between the two is the video length limit, but that’s long enough to allow you to make a stylish video CV using Flixier for free.
Why use Flixier to make a video resume:
Create a resume in minutes
Our cloud-powered rendering technology ensures that your videos will be processed and ready to download in minutes.
Edit your video resume anywhere
Flixier runs smoothly on any computer, regardless of specs or operating system, so you can use it on Mac, Windows, Linux or even Chrome OS.
No downloads or installs
Don’t waste any time with lengthy downloads and installs! Not only does Flixier run in your web browser, it also helps you save space and time by allowing you to bring media over from cloud storage.
Generate subtitles automatically
Don’t want to spend time manually transcribing your video just to add subtitles? Flixier lets you generate subtitles that are synced with the narration, all with one click.
Customize every detail
Most free video resume makers provide limited options that make all videos look the same. Flixier lets you customize every little detail of your clip so your video CV will have a unique visual identity.
No need for file conversions
Flixier automatically converts every video file you upload to MP4, so you don’t have to worry about installing a file converter in order to edit clips or use them in your video CV.
What people say about Flixier
I’ve been looking for a solution like Flixier for years. Now that my virtual team and I can edit projects together on the cloud with Flixier, it tripled my company’s video output! Super easy to use and unbelievably quick exports.
My main criteria for an editor was that the interface is familiar and most importantly that the renders were in the cloud and super fast. Flixier more than delivered in both. I've now been using it daily to edit Facebook videos for my 1M follower page.
I'm so relieved I found Flixier. I have a YouTube channel with over 700k subscribers and Flixier allows me to collaborate seamlessly with my team, they can work from any device at any time plus, renders are cloud powered and super super fast on any computer.
Frequently asked questions.
How do you create a video resume?
To create a video resume you first need to decide on what you’re going to include in it, then write a script, record yourself using your mobile phone or computer, then edit the video using a video editing program.
What app do you use to make a video resume?
There are a huge number of apps you can use to make your video resume, from recording apps to video editors. If you’re looking for an easy-to-use app that can handle everything and doesn’t require any installs or downloads, then you should definitely give Flixier a shot!
How long should a video CV be?
You should try to keep your video resumes between 60 and 120 seconds long. When writing your script, make sure to be concise and skip any irrelevant details in order to leave more time for the ones that are relevant to the position you’re applying for.