QR Codes for Sharing Videos

Connect people in the real world to any video using QR codes

Sharing a recap video? Or a new teaser trailer? Use QR codes to engage audiences in the real world so they can instantly connect with your video.

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Turn anything into a video

QR codes can transform any surface into a video. Create an easy portal for people to access video content on the platform of your choice.

QR codes to mobile landing page

Create a multi-media gallery with Flowpage

Use Flowpage, a mobile-friendly landing page, to curate a gallery of videos that people will land on after they scan. This allows you to tell your brand’s story in one simple destination.

QR codes for videos

Integrate with any video-sharing platform

Share videos hosted on Youtube, Vimeo, or any other online destination. Connect to a Flowpage so people can choose which video-sharing platform they prefer.

Best practices for sharing videos with QR codes

Your videos are just a scan away. Check out some best practices for QR codes engagement.

  • call to action for QR code

    Clear calls to action

    QR codes are only as good as the instructions that come with them. A simple, clear CTA is necessary to tell your audience what they should do next.

  • Pretty QR code

    Design your QR code

    Your videos look good; therefore, so should your QRs. Flowcode’s QRs are artistically designed to fit the aesthetic of your brand.

  • Dynamice QR code generator

    Use dynamic codes

    Edit which video you send scanners depending on the time of day or day of the week — all without replacing the QR code.

Inspiration for enhancing offline experiences with powerful videos

Turn any surface in the physical world into an immersive video experience. Tell the story of your campaign, organization, and more when you generate a QR code for a Youtube video, Vimeo, or provider of your choice. Simply copy the URL of the video and add it to your customized Flowcode. Once you've generated your code, you can print it to display it on any marketing collateral – posters, billboards, direct mail, you name it! Whether you want to capture your audience in the street, in your store, or on your packaging, there isn’t anywhere you can’t use a video QR code. By leveraging Flowcode's platform, you create an easy portal for people to access video content – do this on any platform of your choice with our seamless integrations. QR codes for video are one of the most effective ways to direct offline audiences to your video content to boost engagement, reach wider audiences, and communicate with impact. 

Shoppers still rely heavily on their mobile devices even when shopping in-store. Why not take advantage of this for your storefront or retail kiosk? With Flowcode, you can generate a QR code for a youtube video or any other platform to enhance a shoppers experience with giving them access to more product information. By scanning the code, shoppers can access product videos that demonstrate the product's uses, details, and even reviews from user generated content. This helps shoppers make an informed decision about the product and provides them with a more interactive shopping experience. Video QR codes are an effective, seamless, and affordable way to help drive consumer learning and engagement, and propel them toward purchase. You can even leverage this to highlight new campaigns and product releases by embedding campaign assets in your video QR code. Turn a static shopping moment into an immersive experience  when you use Flowcode QR codes for video in your storefront – then watch your sales soar.

Videos are one of the best ways to tell a story. Communicate effectively with others when you harness the power of video even in offline experiences by generating a QR code for video viewing. Leveraging Flowcode’s QR technology, you can add a QR code to any space. When scanned, the code will take visitors to a video of your choice – powered by YouTube, Vimeo, and more. Realtors struggling to show a home to several prospective buyers at once can put a unique code in each room – this allows people to explore the property at their own pace and at a time convenient for them. Museums can leverage video QR codes by placing them around exhibits, providing visitors with a chance to engage in a self-guided tour; suddenly, you create interactive experiences that give visitors access to more information without having to rely on staff tours. Using a QR code for video can be leveraged essentially anywhere – from trade shows, to conferences, to farmers markets. Flowcode makes this process seamless by providing custom QR codes for video that can integrate with any video provider of your choice. Tap, watch, and go!

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Key features you get with Flowcode

Using QR codes to share videos? These features have you covered.

  • Create unlimited QR codes

    Unlimited scans

    Unlike many QR platforms, Flowcode QR codes have no scan limits and never expire.

  • Custom designed codes

    Create a custom code 

    From colors and patterns to logos and shape, customize your code to match your brand.

  • Advanced QR code analytics

    Advanced Analytics

    Enhanced analytics to let you see scans by date, day of week, time, and device. 

FAQs for sharing videos with QR codes

As long as a video is hosted at a publicly accessible online address, you can create a QR code linked to it. Once you’ve generated a code linked to the video’s location, you’ll be able to share that code online or print it out for placement on stickers, flyers, merchandise or anywhere else in the world.

If you want to link a QR code to a video, you’ll first have to be sure that the video is uploaded to a publicly accessible online location. Copy the link to that location into a QR code generator and you’ll create a code that can be scanned by pretty much all modern smartphones. Now you’ll just need to send the code to someone or print it out and place it wherever you’d like to make the video accessible. 

The cost of creating a QR code will vary depending on the generator and the plan you choose. If you only need to create one QR code, you’ll almost certainly be able to find a free plan that meets your needs. For example, Flowcode’s generator offers your first code, along with a landing page where you can host your video, for free. These codes are dynamic, so the destination can be changed without generating a new code. If you need to create multiple codes simultaneously, however, you may have to opt for a paid plan.

QR codes can be on screens, printed out onto flat surfaces in the world, and even placed in the sky via projections or drones. The location of your video QR codes will depend on who you hope will be scanning them and for what purpose. If you’re looking to share a wedding video, you can include a QR code on the thank you notes you send after the event. If you’re a videographer looking to show off your reel, you can print the code onto business cards for potential clients to see. Codes for safety videos can be placed on signs in the workplace and teachers can put codes into their classrooms to link directly to educational videos. There are nearly as many places to put video QR codes as there are surfaces around you. 

You’ll have to read the details of the generator you’re using to find out whether the video QR codes you’ve created will expire after a certain amount of time or number of scans. Certain generators may offer a free plan that limits the number of times their codes can be scanned. Other generators, like Flowcode, offer a code with unlimited scans with their free plan. These codes are dynamic, so the location of one code with unlimited scans can be altered without having to generate a new code.

QR codes can be linked to almost any online destination. That means you can generate a code that links to a page with multiple videos on it. For example, Flowcode offers landing pages that can host a gallery of videos. Flowcode’s higher tiers also offer Smart Rules, which allow a code to have multiple destinations that vary depending on when, where, or how a code is scanned. For example, a code could link to different videos depending on whether it’s scanned with an Apple device or an Android device.

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