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How to Create a Sticker in Filmora | Edition and creation

Video editor editor that provides several pre-made animated templates for users to edit and create their own sticker. The software can help amateur editors create a custom animation quickly and easily. There is also the option of adding video and audio effects, or an own track to the clip. Here's how to make a vignette with Filmora.

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Step 1. Open a new project in Filmora. On the "Average" tab, select "Swatch Colors" and drag a background with the color you want to start your vignette to the video timeline. You can also import a custom image into the background;

Drag a background color to your project's video timeline Photo: Reproduo / Mariana CoutinhoDrag a background color to your project's video timeline Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Drag a background color to your project's video timeline Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 2. Import an audio file to be the theme of your sticker. You can download a track from the YouTube Audio Library, which provides free open license music. To import the file, press the folder icon and "+". Then select the "import media file here" option and choose audio from the files on your computer. Then drag the imported file to the audio timeline just below the video timeline;

Import files into your sticker Photo: Reproduo / Mariana CoutinhoImport files into your sticker Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Import files into your sticker Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 3. Go to the "Titles" tab and select the "Intro" option to see the Filmora templates. Then choose one of the templates and drag it to a second video timeline above the white background gap;

Choose a Filmora Text Template Photo: Reproduo / Mariana CoutinhoChoose a Filmora Text Template Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Choose a Filmora Text Template Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 4. Double click on "Intro" in your timeline to edit the text. Double-click on each vignette element to change text, font, placement and size. Make all editions in the "Default" tab and press Ok to save;

Edit the elements of your sticker Photo: Reproduo / Mariana CoutinhoEdit the elements of your sticker Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Edit the elements of your sticker Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 5. In the "Animation" tab, you can change the default effects of the template. In the example below, we add the "typewriter" animation to the main title;

Change the animation of your sticker Photo: Reproduction / Mariana CoutinhoChange the animation of your sticker Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Coutinho

Change the animation of your sticker Photo: Reproduction / Mariana Coutinho

Step 6. In the timeline, adjust the animation duration according to the end of the video and the audio track. To cut both video and audio, position the cursor at the desired position and press the scissors icon;

Adjust how long the animation should be in the air Photo: Playback / Mariana CoutinhoAdjust how long the animation should be in the air Photo: Playback / Mariana Coutinho

Adjust how long the animation should be in the air Photo: Playback / Mariana Coutinho

Step 7. To prevent audio from having a dry cut, add a fade out effect. To do so, double click on the sound and set the fade out duration;

Fade Out the Audio Track Photo: Reproduo / Mariana CoutinhoFade Out the Audio Track Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Fade Out the Audio Track Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Step 8. To export the vignette in MP4, check the "Export" option and adjust the format of the video. To finish, press "export" again to save the clip.

Export your sticker Photo: Reproduo / Mariana CoutinhoExport your sticker Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho

Export your sticker Photo: Reproduo / Mariana Coutinho