System Requirements Specification - Mac
New Features - Mac
AI Features - Mac
- AI Text-Based Editing in Mac
- AR stickers on Mac
- Audio ducking on Mac
- AI Copilot Editing for Mac
- Auto denoise on Mac
- AI Text-to-Video for Mac
- AI smart cutout for Mac
- Scene detection on Mac
- Silence detection on Mac
- Auto Beat Sync on Mac
- AI Smart Masking for Mac
- AI Music Generator for Mac
- AI Skin Tone Protection for Mac
- AI stylizer on Mac
- AI portrait on Mac
- Auto reframe on Mac
- AI Thumbnail Creator For Mac
- AI Vocal Remover for Mac
- ChatGPT Plugin - AI Copywriting on Mac
- AI Audio Denoise for Mac
- AI Audio Stretch for Mac
Get Start - Mac
Creating Projects - Mac
Importing & Recording - Mac
Media for Use - Mac
Editing - Mac
Editing Video (Mac)
- Playback Speed Shortcuts for Mac
- Enable/Disable Clip for Mac
- Super Slow Motion with Optical Flow for Mac
- Uniform speed on Mac
- Speed ramping on Mac
- Customized Backgrounds for Videos and Images in Mac
- Marked Favorites for Mac
- Markers for Mac
- Multi-Clip Editing for Mac
- Compound Clips for Mac
- Borders on Mac
- Auto Ripple for Mac
- Adjustment Layer for Mac
- Apply Transforming for Mac
- Compositing on Mac
- Stabilize video on Mac
- Motion Tracking on Mac
- Green screen on Mac
- Lens correction on Mac
- Crop and zoom on Mac
- Mosaic on Mac
- PIP (picture in picture) on Mac
- Mask on Mac
- Video snapshot on Mac
- Play video in reverse on Mac
- Split screen on Mac
- Split & cut videos on Mac
- Using Face-Off Effect
- Change speed on Mac
- Freeze frame on Mac
- Applying Drop Shadow for Mac
- Auto enhance on Mac
Editing Audio (Mac)
Editing Color (Mac)
Text & Subtitle - Mac
Animation & Keyframe - Mac
Effects & Transitions - Mac
Video Effects (Mac)
- Filmora Countdown Effects on Mac
- Add Effects Mask for Mac
- Add audio visualizer on Mac
- Collection of Effects for Mac
- Audio Driven Effects for Mac
- Add Newblue FX effects on Mac
- Add Boris FX effects on Mac
- Types of effects on Mac
- Add and customize filters on Mac
- Add and customize overlays on Mac
- Filmstock Assets on Mac
Stickers - Mac
Exporting & Cloud Backup - Mac
Cloud Backup (Mac)
Collaboration - Mac
Improving Performance & Troubleshooting - Mac
- HDR Seting on Mac
- Known Issues & Fixed Bugs
- Project settings on Mac
- Mark In and Mark Out for Mac
- Working with proxy on Mac
- Playback Zoom Level for Mac
- System compatibility detection on Mac
- Render preview files on Mac
- Manage timeline on Mac
- Change playback quality on Mac
- Group clips on Mac
- Mark clip on Mac
Edit and Customize Text Effects
There are many preset text effects, however, to make the text more suitable for your video. You can edit and customize the text effect with built-in tools.
Double-click on the text effect in the timeline to open the Text Editing panel and type in your message. You can then modify the properties (font, spacing, size, style, alignment, color, and more) of the title effect.
Click on the Font drop-down menu to change the style of your text. You can also download a font from the internet, install it on your OS, and then use it in Filmora.
Note: If you download a font from the Internet, you will have to restart Filmora for Mac before that font becomes available in the software's font library.
Apply preset styles to text
Go to the Basic tab of the Text Editing menu and click the thumbnails of the preset styles to apply them.
To change the position of text in the Preview Window.
You can set a position for your text by changing the Alignment parameters in the Text Editing panel. You can also click and drag your text in the preview window to move it where you want.
Adjust the duration of text effects
The default duration of all the text effects is 7 seconds, but you can change that by dragging text effect’s edges in the timeline. You can also click on the “Duration” icon to change the effect’s duration.
If you want to change the default duration of all title effects in Filmora, go to the Wondershare Filmora menu, click on “Preferences”, and then enter the new default duration beside Effect Duration.
Apply or Change Text Animations
In the Text Editing panel, click on the “Animation” icon under “Titles” tab. Filmora offers more than 80 different text animations which you can apply by double-clicking on an effect to preview it and then click on “OK” to apply it.
Advanced Title Editing
Click on the “Advanced” button in the lower right corner of the Text Editing panel to access the “Title Inspector” window.
Besides enabling you to add shadows or borders to the text you insert, the Title Inspector also lets you add new text boxes by clicking on the Add Textbox icon. In addition, you can add shapes like bubbles and arrows by clicking on the Add Shape icon or insert an image by clicking on the Add Image icon. Each new element you add will be displayed on the timeline below the preview window in the Title Inspector window.
Changing the color or opacity of your text, or adding blur to the text, are also options you can access from the Title Inspector window.
Customizing Text Style
Besides entering customized text, the Customize tab contains five more options: Text Fill, Text Border, Text Shadow, Shape Fill and Shape Border.
Text and Shape Fill: In Text Fill, you can choose from Color Fill, Image Fill or Gradient Fill. While in Shape Fill, you can choose Color Fill or Gradient Fill.
- Color Fill: Pick a color to fill your text or shape.
- Image Fill: Choose from the built-in images or browse to load your own image and have that fill your text.
- Gradient Fill: Set the start and end colors and click an Arrow button to set the direction.
Tip: You can drag the slider below to set the Blur and Opacity (transparency) values.
Add a border around the letters of your text or a shadow behind them. You can drag the Blur slider to blur the text-shadow or border or the Opacity slider to adjust the transparency.
Saving Customized Text Effects as Presets
Filmora for Mac lets you save customized text effects from the Title Inspector and the Text Editing panel. Once you’ve made all the adjustments you want to a text effect, click on the “Save as Custom” button located in the lower left corner of either menu.
A dialogue box will pop up where you can enter the name of the new preset.
The new preset will be saved in the Custom folder in the Titles tab.
All title effects in the timeline can be removed by selecting them, and pressing the Delete key on your keyboard, or by clicking on the Delete icon in the toolbar. You can also right-click on the title effect you want to remove from the timeline and select Delete.
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