How Do I Make Static Text Stand Out In The Background of a Video?

Jason Liu -

Besides changing the text color to make it more distinguishable from the background, users can now add strokes or shadows to the static text to make it stand out in complex backgrounds.

 

Add strokes to the text

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  1. Double-click on the text track you want to add strokes.

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  2. Select the text stroke icon from the toolbar.

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  3. Select the color for the stroke from the preformatted color, or choose a customized color with the color picker on the right. Users can also select the color by entering the RGB code for the desired color.

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  4. Use the slide bar to adjust the stroke width. Moving the slide bar to the right means a greater stroke.

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  5. If you want to remove the strokes, click on the X on the top right to remove them.

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  6. Click Done in the top right corner to complete the editing.

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Add shadows to the text

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  1. Double-click on the text track you want to add shadows.

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  2. Click the text shadow icon to add shadows to the text.

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  3. If you want to remove the shadows, click on the shadow icon again to remove them.

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  4. Click Done in the top right corner to complete the editing.

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