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Unlimited Downloads & Storage
Store all your exports for free. You can download them any time, as many times as you want.
Videos are rendered in the cloud so that exporting is fast, reliable, and won't slow down your machine.
Unlimited Test Exports
Export test videos before exporting your final video to make sure it looks perfect. (paid plans only)
Have your issues addressed & resolved faster. (paid plans only)
Yes you will be charged automatically when your subscription renews. You may cancel your subscription anytime before the renewal date and you will stop being charged.
You can cancel a subscription anytime by clicking the "SWITCH TO FREE" button that appears on the free plan box further up on this page. Then select the cancel option and confirm.
After you cancel you will have full access to your subscription until the end of the current pay period. After that you will be moved to the free plan and no longer have access to the premium features or video credits from your subscription. If you'd like to hold onto your video credits for a later time, you can pause your subscription instead of canceling. All videos you've exported will still be available for download after termination.
You can choose to pause your subscription for 1-2 months. The next time your subscription renews you will be moved to the free plan, and you won't be charged for the duration of the pause. After the pause completes you will have access to your existing video credits and you'll start to be automatically charged again. You can unpause your subscription at any time.
You own videos that you export and may use them for personal and commercial purposes not including reselling. You must contact us about a custom plan if you intend to resell videos made with Vizfly. Using media within videos does not alter the original ownership of the media.
1080p is a higher resolution than 720p, so 1080p video will appear clearer than 720p video. FPS (frames per second) is the number of still images that are used for 1 second of video. Motion in 60 FPS appears smoother than in 30 FPS. Check out these examples to compare the two settings: 1080p 60 FPS, 720p 30 FPS. Watch in fullscreen to compare resolution. Note that the video may stutter as it buffers in your browser, but the actual video file does not stutter. Wait for the video to buffer or download the video to view it without any stutter. One other difference is that 1080p 60 FPS video files are larger than 720p 30 FPS.
You can subscribe to a new plan at any time. Doing so will give you immediate access to new video credits. So, if you run out of credits and need more, you can resubscribe to your current plan and it will refill your credits. When you switch or resubscribe, you will be charged immediately, and your subscription will renew starting from today.