iMovie, as one of the mainstream video editors, makes adding text to video a breeze. With iMovie, you can put a title, add subtitles or captions, make credits to your video with ease. However, the editing interface of iMovie may seem a little complicated for the new user. Do not worry! FlexClip, a free online video editor, making you add text much easier in a few steps.
Part 1 How to Add Text in iMovie on iPhone/iPad
Add text in iMovie on iPhone (or iPad) is easy. Below are the simple steps you can refer to:
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Image Board: Add Text to iMovie on iPhone
Part 2 How to Add Text in iMovie on Mac
In iMovie on Mac, there are more different title styles you can choose from and add the stunning text to your video and movie.
Begin by visiting the Mac app store and downloading iMovie (free version) if you haven't installed this app on your Mac yet.
Launch iMovie and click the Projects tab to open the Projects browser, then click Create New and Movie. (You can also open an existing project).
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Once your project is set up, import clips, audio, images by clicking the Import Media button. Then, drag the footage you imported to the iMovie timeline (the bottom window in the interface).
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Open the text browser by select Titles above the browser (the top window in the iMovie interface).
Then you will be given a vast selection of titles to pick from. You can get a preview of each text style by moving your mouse over its thumbnail.
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Once you find the one you like the most, you can double click it to add, or just drag it and drop it where you want it to appear in your video.
You also have the option to customize your text (font style, size, color, and alignment).
Double-click the text box to make the text editable type you text. Then you can adjust the font, text size, text alignment, character formatting, and color until the text looks just right with the toolbar above the browser.
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Also, you can further customize your text to position it so that it's in the right place in your movie by dragging the text overlay to a new location.
Or, you can also drag the right or left edges of the text overlay box in the timeline to make it longer or shorter.
And that's it!
Part 3 How to Add Text with iMovie Alternative on Mac/Wins- Easy & Free
Although the iMovie software is a highly effective video editor, its editing interface may seem a little complicated for the very first time. To help you add text to a video easily and quickly, we recommend an iMovie alternative - FlexClip. It simplifies the editing process for its ease of use and versatility.
FlexClip comes with powerful yet easy-to-use text editing tools to help you add text to video with ease in simple 2 steps.
Go to FlexClip Text Editor and upload your video clips. Or you can click the Get Started button blow to upload your video to the editor directly.
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Once your footage is uploaded, you can go to the Text option to add text to your video. Just select one and customize its font, color, style, and more to fit your needs.
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While you're in the editor, you can use FlexClip's tools to make any other edits you'd like to your video:
- Add transition effects, filters to the video;
- Add watermark, overlays & voice over;
- Split, trim, and rotate the video;
Also, you can make a stunning video with FlexClip's pre-made video templates:
We talked about the details of how to add text to video in iMovie on Mac and iPhone and shared the best iMovie alternative - FlexClip, which can make you add text to video easier. By the way, FlexClip is also an excellent video maker with multiple other editing tools, just have a try to explore more about it!