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Drag down the text title, and extend it to 10 seconds or more. Click and edit accordingly.


Now, animate accordingly.


Export. Just change the text color to any color of your choice.


Export again. Delete and import the two exported files. Drag down a white color as the background.


Drag down the first import, apply a single line mask, and adjust accordingly on the screen.


Drag down the second import, and copy and paste the masking effect from the first import in the preview. Drag up with your keys for smooth editing and preview.


Apply the “Reverse” effect and preview. Now further copy and paste, and adjust as provided on the screen interchangeably.


Delete the white background and export. Delete.


Import the exported file; drag it down. Apply the "Enlarge” effect to give it a slant look.


Go to the “NewBlue FX,” download, and apply the “Ripple” effect accordingly.

A Guide to Creating Looping Text Animation With Wondershare Filmora


What you need to prepare:

  • A computer (Windows or macOS)
  • Your video materials.
  • Filmora video editor
Step 1

Open Wondershare Filmora

After downloading and installing Wondershare Filmora, you’ll interact with a highly engaging user interface. At the main window of the platform, click on the "New Project" button to open a new project window.

make a new project
Step 2

Set Up Text Title

You'll click on the "Titles" button at the top and then drag down the text line to extend it up to 10 seconds or more.

set up the text template
Step 3

Edit the Text Title

You can edit the text by setting up its layout and dimensions by clicking on the default text line. When you press the "Advanced" button, you can write anything you want in the available section and type as long as you want. In addition, you can also set desired font style and font size from the top menu after diverting into the "Customize" section.

make a new project
Step 4

Add the Desired Animations

In the “Advanced” mode, you also have the option to add animations. Thus, click on the "Animation" menu and press the "No Animation" button to set your text layout accordingly. After you've adjusted the text layout, click "OK" to proceed further. By clicking the title line again in the timeline, visit the “Animation” bar and animate as you like, with the presence of scale, x-axis, and y-axis metrics.

add the animation effect
Step 5

Move Playhead

Now, move the “Playhead” further by extending it till the end, similar to the length of the default line. After that, press the play button to preview the animated text. If you don't need further editing, click on the "Export” button to get your text animation downloaded in the desired location.

move the playhead
Step 6

Change the Text Color

After clicking the default line, you can change the text color after pressing the "Titles" bar. Click "OK" to proceed if you're satisfied with the color scheme. Export the file again by pressing on "Export" button.

Import both the exported files by clicking on the "Media" bar and pressing the "Import Media" button again. You'll then need to set a white background, for which you have to press the "Sample Color" button at the top left.

change the text color
Step 7

Drag the First Import

Upon dragging it to the project timeline, set its duration to 10 seconds. Add your first import in the project timeline just over the white background. After that, add a single line mask by double-clicking on the first import, navigating to the "Mask" tab, and looking for the "Single Line" option. The margins should be adjusted at a 90-degree angle.

adjust the first import settings
Step 8

Drag the Second Import

Add your second import to the project timeline. Copy and paste the masking effect on the second import by right-clicking on the first import and pressing “Copy Effect” and “Paste Effect.”

copy and paste the effect
Step 9

Drag the Keys

You can now drag up your keys (lock and unlock) in the project timeline to ensure a smooth editing and previewing experience. Subsequently, apply the “Reverse” effect in the preview mode. Furthermore, to increase copies of your animated text, you can copy and paste both your imports vertically in the project timeline.

drag the filmora keys
Step 10

Render Your Project

Now that you've created your looping text animation, render your video and witness a smooth playback on your video. You'll need to delete the white background from the project timeline. Export your project to the desired location using the "Export" button.

 click on the effect button
Step 11

Add the Necessary Effects

Delete everything on the project timeline and import the newly created project again. On importing the file, add effects by clicking on the "Effects" menu at the top. Search for the "Enlarge" effect, and drag it to your file on the timeline. Furthermore, you can also consider adding the “Ripple” effect from the “NewBlue FX” effects in the left panel.

 add the necessary effects
Step 12

Save Your Filmora Project

If you’re satisfied with your designed lopping text animation, download it on the required location of your device. This is done by pressing the "Export" button right at the front.

 save your looping text animation video

Although creating looping text animation may look like a difficult task at first sight, this is not true. Wondershare Filmora makes video editing of all types easier and more convenient for everyone. Moreover, with the help of this tutorial, you can easily use Filmora to design your favorite looping text animations and ultimately enhance your content creation art.

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