Magisto vs. Picsart

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Magisto
Score 10.0 out of 10
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Magisto in Menlo Park offers their video editing application to marketing teams, featuring an A.I. powered workflow with professional class effects, distribution and native video player.N/A
Picsart
Score 8.2 out of 10
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Picsart is an ecosystem of free-to-use content, tools, and inspiration from other creators. Boasting a billion downloads and more than 150 million monthly active creators, Picsart is available in over 30 languages, and is available free or as a subscription on iOS, Android and Windows devices. Headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Yerevan, Armenia; Moscow; Beijing; Tokyo; and Los Angeles. Picsart is backed by SoftBank, Sequoia Capital, DCM Ventures, Tribe Capital, G Squared, Siguler…
$11.99
per month
Pricing
MagistoPicsart
Editions & Modules
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Gold
$55.99
per year
Team
$74.98
per year per seat
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
MagistoPicsart
Free Trial
NoYes
Free/Freemium Version
NoYes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details50% discount for students.
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User Ratings
MagistoPicsart
Likelihood to Recommend
10.0
(2 ratings)
8.2
(12 ratings)
Support Rating
5.0
(1 ratings)
-
(0 ratings)
User Testimonials
MagistoPicsart
Likelihood to Recommend
Magisto
I think Magisto is well-suited for individuals, businesses, and brands that want to create marketing videos that are on the shorter side. I don't think Magisto is a good match for someone seeking to create long, informative videos, streaming videos, etc. It is also good for someone who is working to brand every aspect of their business. Magisto helps with that.
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Picsart, Inc
In my experience, I have used PicsArt in lots of projects which helped me to complete the projects on time with satisfactory results. Mostly I use the Android app which is super easy to use. I have created multiple templates for my business. But I think it should remove the watermark on video editing also in the free version. It helped us to create unique pre-designed templates with step by step process. Apart from that, I have never faced any issues with this tool.
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Pros
Magisto
  • The ease to upload, sort and edit videos.
  • The many options to add themes, music, and styles.
  • The ability to host, download and share all from within the same platform.
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Picsart, Inc
  • Basic Photo Editing - more robust than your basic iPhone photo editing tools, but much simpler (yet still powerful) and user-friendly than Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.
  • Filters - a large variety of simple and complex photo filters with the ability to adjust the strength. A nice blend of filters can really enhance a photo without making it look heavily filtered.
  • User friendly - all across the board, this app is super easy to use and really powerful too. I can't imagine editing a photo on my phone without it.
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Cons
Magisto
  • It would be great if Magisto would allow significantly longer videos—20 to 30 minutes. I've often wondered why Magisto focuses on shorter videos and only recently began allowing videos that are 10 minutes maximum.
  • I would love for Magisto to offer an affiliate program. I publish a lot of videos that I create in Magisto and refer it to many people in the education and dance industries. I would love to be able to do that as a paid affiliate and I'm sure others would as well.
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Picsart, Inc
  • There are a lot of features available to only paying subscribers, but all those features still appear for the nonpaying user, marked by the crown icon. Particularly with filters and stickers, it can be annoying to scroll through the majority of locked options to find the handful that is free. A filter option would be nice.
  • It would be nice to have access to previous projects where you could still go back and undo edits you've made. The draft feature seems to only be good for one project at a time.
  • Layers would be nice. That way when you use a sticker or add a photo on top and go on to make more edits, you could still move them around instead of just having to undo everything and re-add the stick or additional photo.
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Support Rating
Magisto
I don't believe I've ever contacted Magisto for support, so I can't really say. The app has only frozen on me a couple of times (recently), and I usually log out and log back in and the error is fixed.
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Picsart, Inc
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Alternatives Considered
Magisto
The user experience via Magisto is cleaner and fresher. The professional plan for Animoto started at $29 per month in comparison to $9.99 per month at Magisto.
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Picsart, Inc
I used Lucidchart to develop architect-level integration flow diagrams to visualise integration flow. But Picsart has a user-friendly UI to develop and edit HQ pictures as per business requirements but some options are an enterprise where we need to pay and purchase those features and filters to use them while editing images.
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Return on Investment
Magisto
  • Our clients have reported an increase in their fundraising from using videos created in Magisto.
  • We have gained clients due to our customers sharing the videos made by us on their platforms.
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Picsart, Inc
  • It has a positive impact of decreasing time taken to create graphics for presentations
  • It has a positive impact of decreasing time taken to create annotated videos with text and sound
  • It lacks advanced editing features, hence has a somewhat negative impact by not facilitating imagination of users
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