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How to Add Texts & Images to your Videos

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LearnWorlds provides an Interactive Video Editor with advanced functionalities, including a convenient sidebar menu for adding elements like text and images to your videos.

In this article, we will explore how to add text and images to your videos. These elements are essential for enhancing viewer engagement and conveying information more effectively.

To add text and images to your videos:


1. Select a course and navigate to the Course Outline tab. 

2. Hover over the video learning activity and click on Settings Edit interactive video or click on Edit video to get directed to the interactive editor.

3. Add an element from the interactive elements sidebar.

Add Text

Click on Add Text in the sidebar. This tool allows you to add Labels, Lower Thirds, Section Titles, Half-Screen Titles, and Personal Info. You may emphasize keywords, create section titles for long videos, provide secondary information on a topic, or share personal information. 

Add Images

Click on Add Images in the sidebar. With this tool, you can choose to add Images, Pointers, and Logos. Add helpful infographics and pointers to highlight specific objects or protect your videos by adding your school’s logo. Pick a template and add an image using our media library.

4. Click on the added element, and a window will appear allowing you to edit the Start/End Time, Format element, define its General behavior and Action when clicked, and/or Add an intro animation

5. Click on Save.

- To implement the full-screen functionality in the interactive video player (which supports interactive elements and subtitles), navigate to our respective article.

Check all of the interactive Video Editors' features and availability per plan here.

Check more information about how to upload, set up, and manage your videos here.

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