Learn how to add emphasis with annotations.
- Annotations are the perfect way…to share additional information or draw your viewer's eye…to a specific area on the screen and they are super easy…to create and customize.…There are many to choose from.…I'm gonna show you the basics of a few…and then you can do some exploring…and experimenting on your own.…Let's start here with the callouts.…I'm just gonna choose one, drag and drop it…to the timeline, try that again,…and I can adjust the duration here,…I can move it around on the timeline.…
If I double-click the annotation I can change the text,…I can resize it here,…reposition it, change things around…in all kinds of different ways and over here…in the properties panel, if that's not open just click…on properties, I can change even more things.…I can choose a theme or I can change the color…to anything I want.…
Thickness, opacity, all kinds of things.…I can also change the font, the color, the size,…whatever I want to as well as scale, opacity, rotation, all…of the usual kinds of properties.…All of the annotations have visual properties…
- Tips for recording success
- Recording video
- Importing media from different sources
- Editing your video
- Sharing videos the easy way
- Adding annotations, animations, and transitions
- Techniques for adding music
- Creating reusable library assets
- Archiving a full project
Skill Level Beginner
Visualizing a final project2m 19s
1. Creating Your First Video
2. Improving Your Video
3. Polishing Your Project
4. Finishing Steps
Creating a local file video1m 58s
Next steps1m 24s
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