Pictory User Manual

Pictory User Manual

Pictory User Manual

Everything you need to know about Pictory

Pictory allows you to create or edit videos from text content, images and videos in a few easy steps!

Let’s get started!

Decide the Input you will be Using

Pictory allows you to begin with an article link, your own video script, or a video.
Click on the link below that corresponds to the input you would like to learn more about.



Here are quick links to articles that would explain each of these options.


Please visit our FAQs if you have further questions.

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