LearnWorlds offers an Interactive Video editor with advanced functionalities and a handy sidebar menu that allows you easily add in your videos, elements as text & images!

Short text messages in a tutorial video increase the learner's engagement and strengthen points you'd like to emphasize. Also, a few written lines, achieve higher engagement stats for your videos. 

The same applies to images within videos:) Pictures are an effective way to visualize complicated information and data presented in your video and also emphasizes a message.

Let's go through the procedure!

First, select a course and navigate to its contents. Find the video you'd like to modify and click on the “Edit video” button next to the title.

You will be then redirected to the iVideo’s Authoring mode where you can make magic, by using the sidebar menu!

1 Add Text

The first sidebar icon opens an options menu for various text labels.

With this tool, you may emphasize keywords, create section titles for long videos, provide secondary information on a topic, or share personal info. Simply choose a template and start typing your text:)


Lower thirds

Section Titles 

Half-screen Titles

Personal Info

Once you add any of the above text templates, a setting window will appear allowing you to edit the Start/End Time

customize the element's appearance

define its behavior

and maybe add an intro animation.

2 Add Images

The second sidebar icon is designed for the easy addition of images at the duration of a video. Pick the template of your choice and add an image using our media library. Add helpful infographics, pointers to highlight specific objects in your video or protect your videos by adding your school’s logo.




Same as with the text video elements, each time you add an image template within your video, a window will appear for the element's settings.

There is no reason to wait :) Make your videos professional and stand out from the crowd that offers plain tutorials without emphasized points.  

Would you like to learn more about the Interactive video feature capabilities? Then feel free to check the following support articles out!