- Mar 23, 2019
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Thank you so much! Well, question one: where on Earth do I start? The extent of my knowledge is Windows Movie Maker- that's the reason I was reluctant to make one before. If I knew what I was doing, I'd have made a trailer in addition to the demo right as my game was released, but unfortunately I have no skill whatsoever in this area. I have an idea of what I'd show in a trailer, but no idea what software I'd have to use to create one.If you have any questions hmu! I'm an experienced video and film editor
That makes a lot of sense- thank you1You're competing with many store pages. Having a trailer means that your potential player can watch it in a mere few minutes to get most of your game content than trying the game that they probably need to get in more than 10 minutes to see your overall game and they may be stingy to spend their time for your game, not to mention if your game demo is big. In other words, trailers are more reachable.