Saturday, November 29, 2014

Inserting Text in YouTube Video Editor

Another nice feature of the YouTube Video Editor is the ability to overlay text on a video clip or image.

For example, I am using it to have the title and blog address displayed on my YouTube videos. By default a black transparency is set but you can customize that.

You have the option of a centered title, banner, centered fade, slide, or zoom. You simply select you text option and drag it on top of the video. Whatever you work up will be displayed throughout that clip. If you want more than one text workup simply cut the video and select a text option for each clip.