What follows is a detailed Wevideo review against InVideo

We will be comparing Wevideo's pricing, features, etc. with that of InVideo.

Transform your content into great videos. InVideo is a video creation platform that helps serve publishers, media companies, and brands to expand audiences engagement through the power of video content.

Wevideo is best for personal use-cases, slideshows for small businesses. It is not recommended for branded enterprise, editorial or marketing use-cases.




Pricing starts at $20 per month for 10 videos. It's also coupled with photo and video libraries along with hundreds of templates. No limitations on the number of users.


The Business package is $59.99 per month for only 3 users. This package doesn't include integrations or advanced editing options.

Branded designs

No added cost

Custom made branded designs are included as a feature of our enterprise plan.

No custom designs

Wevideo doesn't provide brand-specific designs.

Custom workflows

Save time to do awesome things

Automate video creation with our custom workflows. This unique feature makes InVideo the most popular Wevideo alternative. Because no other Wevideo competitors offer this feature. Pricing starts at $500 a month.

Common workflow

Wevideo has a standard workflow that all clients follow.

CMS and video integrations

Seamless integrations

Your videos are delivered straight at your digital doorstep with InVideo's seamless integrations. JW Player, Brightcove, Akamai, YouTube, etc. Free for all our enterprise clients.

Not available

Wevideo doesn't provide integrations with CMS or video players which adds an overhead task of downloading and uploading videos.

Data integrations with custom workflows

Bespoke Model

Automatically embed data in your videos by integrating your data collection system with InVideo. Free for packages above $1000 a month.

No data integration

Wevideo doesn't provide integrations with data collection systems.
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