The Movavi Clips app lets you edit and insert video subtitles from your phone. Available for Android and iPhone (iOS) phones, the free tool adds text after the file is cut into clips, where you can insert subtitles into each part. The user can change the font type, colors and position of the phrases on the screen to make the image the way he likes. The platform is useful for those interested in making a simple edit by smartphone.
In addition to subtitles, the application allows you to make photo montages with soundtracks. Here's how to add video subtitles on your mobile phone with the Movavi app. The walkthrough below was performed on an Apple device, but the same procedure on Google system devices. It is worth mentioning that a watermark with the logo of Movavi added image at the end of the edition.
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Movavi adds subtitles to videos from gallery or captured with camera Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / dnetc
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Step 1. Download Movavi Clips on the dnetc page. Open the app and tap the "+" icon to start a project. Tell them if you want to add videos from the gallery or capture images on the spot with the camera. Then select the video format you want to create the only options: video for Instagram feed or Stories, vertical or horizontal video. Then choose the desired file and go to "Starting editing" to open it in the editing screen;
Select a video to insert subtitles from the Movavi app Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 2. Cut the sections that will receive the subtitles separately. To do this, slide the video on the timeline and touch the scissors icon in the desired sections. Note that the file be divided into clips. In the options menu, go over the "Text" icon, represented by the letters "Aa";
Movavi app inserts different subtitles in each video clip Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. Tap the "Add Text" button to enter the text of the current clip. You can edit the text by using screen commands such as enlarge, rotate and delete. To change the font, tap the "Aa" icon and select the best option;
Subtitles created in the Movavi app can have many different font types. Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 4. In the watch icon, determine if the subtitle appears only in the clip in question or in the entire video. In the positioning icon, choose the position of the subtitle in the video. Select the "Bottom" option to position it in the most traditional way, centered at the bottom;
Center the subtitle on the ideal video position Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 5. Tap the color palette icon to change the color of the subtitle. To add the next sentence, tap the second clip and repeat the procedure. After entering all text, finish by pressing the "" icon;
Movavi allows you to create subtitles of various colors in the videos. Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 6. With the video finished, tap the play icon to play and make sure the subtitles are correct. Finally, press the lower cone in the upper right corner. Go to the "Save" button to download it to your phone.
Download the subtitled video created on Movavi to your mobile phone's memory Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes
Ready. Take the hint to easily caption your videos from your mobile phone with the Movavi app.
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