Hello, I am new in the world of animation, basically I am a graphic designer working at leading explainer video company and really interested to create custom animated videos and also motion pictures, I have used some other free tools, but found these tools now want to which one is best to create short animation videos.
This site is all about stop motion, which is moving real puppets or objects around a frame at a time, and capturing each frame with a camera. The main software we use is a frame grabber, like Stop Motion Pro (PC) or Dragonframe (PC and Mac. Mostly we capture with a Canon DSLR connected to the computer by USB cable. So this might not be the most helpful place to ask about those tools.
I looked up GoAnimate, since I had never heard of it, and it is for creating the animation entirely in the computer, with no models or camera or lights required. In fact, it is done using a library of pre-made backgrounds and characters that you don't even have to create yourself. It is no doubt an easy and efficient way of getting your message into an animated form, where you can concentrate on your message, not on the craft skills normally required for animation. It seems aimed at the Explainer Video market, so it may well be of use to you. For the most part, those craft skills - sculpting, mould making, armature making, set building, lighting, photography - are what members here are passionate about.
As for making films, I can see Goanimate as a useful tool to do storyboards or animatics, to test out the timing and get an outline of the film you want to make before the slow process of actually making, animating, and filming it. But as a finished film it is going to look like any other person's work done using this software, so if it was me, I would be replacing each shot in the edit with the real one as I go. I'm primarily a visual artist, so the unique look of an animated film is an important part of it's appeal, for me. For an information or training video, though, the important thing is to get the message across clearly, with as little delay or cost as possible, so this could make sense.
MakeWebVideo - seems to be more about inserting your own videos and photos into their template, than a set of 2d animation characters.
I clicked on your link, which took me to Logoglaze, which appears to be much the same sort of thing as Makewebvideo.
Yes, I can see MakeWebVideo beeing useful for creating a trailer or a promo video, and even an intro. So, different tools for different needs.