What are Style Kits - by Kes Akalaonu the NLE Ninja

According to the Rampant Design Tools site, Style Kits are the one stop shop for all your video needs. Whether you are making videos for fashion blogs, news reports, business marketing or more, they have a kit for that. Each kit comes with a unique set of elements that can take a video from good to extraordinary. They are hand crafted packs to meet your needs. The art you can create with these Style Kits are limited to your imagination.

 

As it stands right now, there are 17 different Style Kits and growing. As mentioned before, each kit differs in their offerings but each kit comes with a number of animated elements, light effects, mattes and transitions. Whether you edit on Mac or PC, these kits will work for you.

 

As with any product offered by Rampant Design, there is free training available to assist you should you need it. I can tell you from my experience working with these kits, they are top notch and add value to my videos whenever I use them. If you don’t believe me, make sure to check out the promo videos of these kits in action. That should be more than enough to convince you of their versatility.

One of the things to note about these kits is that they are relatively inexpensive ($19) and come in 4K resolution. You won’t feel like you spent a lot to add value and you’ll have the freedom to manipulate items in the kit to your heart’s content. Don’t miss out of this great product line and expand your video asset library today!

Check Out the Rampant Style Kits here:

http://RampantStyleKits.com


Instantly Add Style to Your Next Video. 

Like what you see? Download all of the Rampant Style Kits here:

http://RampantStyleKits.com


About the Author

 

Kes Akalaonu AKA the NLE Ninja

Kes Akalaonu is self taught Chicago freelance video editor and motion graphics artist with experience using Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer and After Effects. When Kes is not working on editing, he can be found teaching Television Production to students at the Illinois Center for Broadcasting, creating tutorials for various industry standard NLEs or constantly training himself to use post production software to further his craft.

 

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