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How to Turn Article into Video from URL
How to Turn Article into Video from URL

How to turn your articles or short texts into videos. Use the's AI-powered tool to generate a video from URL or text copy/paste.

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Written by Karyn Green
Updated over a week ago can process any blog post or an article to a short video that briefly tells what the text was about. We use AI algorithms to extract the most valuable messages from the raw text and convert them to a short clip.

If you want to create a video from a ready script, please use this guide instead.

How to start

  1. Login to your account

  2. Navigate to My videos page

  3. Click “New video” and select “Blog post”

turn your blog post into a video

Set the link

Copy the full URL to the post you want to use and paste it:

insert your blog post link and start AI generator will take all pictures from the post and insert them into your video. You'll be able to fine-tune everything once the generation is over.

Configure the video duration and stocks

Want the stock assets to be 100% free, or looking for premium ones? Use this checkbox to set it:

If you know how long your video should be, set the expected duration here:

Or you can ignore this option and let Wave do it automatically. Then, press “Next”.

Choosing a template

Select a video format and a template:

Choose your video format and style

Almost done! Click “Create video” and wait a bit! You'll be redirected to the editor shortly.

Possible issues when generating a video from a post

Generation takes too long

Some websites are protected from algorithms that try to process their content. In such cases, the generation can stuck. Please contact support and provide your link to the post if this happens.

I don't see the pictures from the article in my video

This might happen if the pictures were protected from direct downloading. Try replacing them manually or selecting them from our media library.

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