Video Rubix [review]

Tonight I’m taking a look at a new training called Video Rubix

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Normally I have my reviews ready for when the product first launches. However one of the downsides with testing products I review in depth is that doing so often takes me quite a while. With me recently launching my own Affiliate Trax software I had gotten a little behind on going through the training in this course and finally just finished it.

So you can probably guess what Video Rubix is by its name. It is a video training course on everything video.

The course starts with the very basics. It explains things like the different video formats (and why some are better in some situations and others are better in others).  It covers things like the different video properties such as resolution and describes what resolution means as far as a video is concerned and helps you understand what kind of resolution you would want your videos to be in depending on the use of your video. It also explains the different style of videos such as screen cast videos, screen cast, live action, slide show, and white board videos.

Once all the basics are covered the narrator of the course ‘Chan’ then goes on to cover more advanced topics such as creating and editing videos. In the majority of his tutorials he is showing how to do things with Camtasia. Though this is the software he is using a lot of what he shows will be able to be applied to other video editors though (just he menu’s will be changed). Not everything Chan shows is with Camtasia though, he also has examples on how to do things with software such as VideoMaker FX and other more ‘IM’ style video editors.

The videos are all done in screen cast style format with Chan explaining what he is doing as he shows it to you on the screen.  The quality of the videos are excellent and while Chan does have a slight accent I found his voice pleasant to listen to and easy to follow (though I do think he had the bass turned up a little to high in the audio in some of the videos).

One thing that kind of surprised me though is how in depth this course is. There are main 13 lessons (and an intro sections). Each lesson is between around ten and  twenty minutes long.

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Chan does not waste your time either. His tutorials are not full of fluff and filler content. He gets right to the point in each video and provides non stop quality training from beginning to end. Honestly as I was going through this I could not help wonder if they where not underselling themselves with this training. You can find courses of this quality on Udemy for a price of between $35 and $50, but they are selling this much cheaper and I have no doubt that this is as good as any Udemy course on video creation and editing.

While this may not have the ‘sexy’ get rich quick, rank instantly, push button cash appeal as so many other products in the IM launch space that always seem to sell well but under deliver this does have something that those other cash grab products dont have. This is something that provides actual value in itself. I would say that video is the future but the truth is its not. Video is now. Video is super important in today’s fast paced online world. Its the content of choice and if your doing anything online you need to be using video. Video Rubix is an excellent training course being sold at a surprisingly reasonable price that covers video creation and editing in depth from banning to end. No fluff, no nonsense just good solid training. I like it!

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BONUS: As always I want my readers to get the best value possible. Because of this I got a special, exclusive bonus from the vendors for anyone who picks up Video Rubix through my link. Your going to get a free copy of the Video Alchemy software. This software lets you quickly and easily create VSL style videos with built in content generation in any niche. You can see a demo of its features by clicking here.

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I have added it to Video Alchemy right inside of JVZoo so you can get instant access to it when you pick up the Video Rubix training through me. Click here to get Video Rubix as well as instant access to the exclusive Video Alchemy software bonus I got for you.

 

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  1. Alexa, 16 May, 2016

    Did you get a chance to check out the OTO2 Training? If so, what did you think? Is it the same quality as the FE videos you reviewed.

    Thanks,
    Alexa

  2. Brett Rutecky, 16 May, 2016

    Sorry no, given that I test the FE on products I review in depth I often don’t have time to properly test the OTO’s. Logically though I would expect that all the training would be of similar quality.

  3. Ken, 16 May, 2016

    Hey Brett
    thanks for the review and the program, and the Video Alchemy bonus which is very impressive, The demo for VA shows all the features including an article spinning system.
    I am not able to spin anything and wondering if others were able to get it working –there is also an upgrade option.button which does lead to anywhere.
    I know that this is just a bonus but a free working spinner would be great

  4. Brett Rutecky, 17 May, 2016

    They made that demo page for me so I can show it to you guys. They put a support link right under the video so I could be sure you would be taken care of if you have any questions. My suggestion would be to make use of it and ask the vendors for assistance 🙂

  5. Didds, 10 September, 2016

    Hi
    I just bought this but when i try to access via JVzoo it just takes me to the Channel Hero login page ?
    Were do I get Video Rubix from ?

    Thanks

  6. Brett Rutecky, 10 September, 2016

    I think you will need to contact the vendors. There must be some kind of error here. They are going to be the ones best able to assist you.

  7. Didds, 10 September, 2016

    Thanks Brett

    I have sent a ticket in I just hope they are quick to respond. I wanted to get stuck into this this weekend ggrrrr

  8. Brett Rutecky, 10 September, 2016

    I messaged Neil for you on Skype as well.

  9. Neil Napier, 10 September, 2016

    Hey – Video Rubix should have been sent to you via email.

    But anyway – will alert my support team to this. And we’ll get you sorted by Monday 🙂

    Regards
    Neil.

  10. Bilal Khan, 10 September, 2016

    We apologize for inconvenience. Please send us your complete transaction details at our support address https://kvsocial.zendesk.com/ and we will get back to you with your login details as soon as possible.

    @Didds

    Regards,
    KVSocial Support

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