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3 Easy Ways to Add Stickers to Your Video With Filmora

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Jun 11, 2024• Proven solutions

Everyone wants to have an engaging video that attracts a wide range of viewers and there are several ways of making your videos look more stunning and attractive. But one of the best and easiest ways to take your videos to another level is by the use of Stickers. Things like stickers can enhance your videos and make them look beautiful and engaging at the same time. It seems like a difficult task to add stickers in videos, but with Filmora X, it was never that easy. With its latest features and new collections, you can take your videos to the next level.


While you stream online, you get the option to attach some stickers to your video, whether it is a logo, a character, or something else. But you don't have such an option while you upload your recorded video. In such a case, if you want to add stickers to your video to make it look cool and stunning, you can easily do that using Filmora X. There are several ways that you can use to add stickers to your videos. In this article, we will list down three ways of using Stickers in your videos using Filmora X.

This article contains:

Part 1: Using Third-Party Stickers

Part 2: Attach our Stickers

Part 3: Attach AR Stickers

Part 1: Using Third-Party Stickers

Filmora allows its users to use their own stickers on the videos by simply downloading them from any third-party platform such as Google and others. It provides you with the ability to use unlimited stickers for all your needs without any restriction or limitation. Let's go through this process step by step to help you better understand how you can use your stickers in Filmora X.

Step 01: Open any platform that allows you to download stickers for free, such as Google, and type anything you want to add to your video. For example, we want to add a tree sticker to our video. Type "Tree Stickers PNG" and hit enter.


Step 02: On the search engine results page, go to images. Here you will find thousands of stickers related to trees.


Step 03: Choose any one image that you like. Make sure the image that you select has a transparent background. Click on the picture. A new panel will appear on the right side of the screen. Click on Visit to open the source website to download this sticker with a transparent background.


Step 04: It will open the website that contains this sticker. Please scroll down and find the download button and click on it to start downloading it.


Step 05: Open Filmora X, make sure you have your footage imported in Filmora, and placed it in the timeline. 


Step 06: Import the sticker that you have downloaded from Google. You can import it by dragging it into Filmora and Dropping it there or you can also click on import to do that.


Step 07: Place the sticker above your footage in the time.


Step 08: Now, adjust its size and location according to your need and place it in the right place. And we are done. 

You can use any sticker you want by simply downloading it from any platform. But make sure to choose a PNG file with a transparent background.


Part 2: Attach our Stickers

Filmora comes with a wide range of stunning and cool stickers that you can use in your videos for free. These stickers come in so many categories, whether you are looking for love stickers, shape stickers, or more, you can easily find them in our library. 

Step 01: Open Filmora and go to the "Elements" tab. In the elements tab, you will find hundreds of amazing stickers for all your needs and requirements. 


Step 02: Select a category you want a sticker from. For example, select Emoji, choose a sticker of your choice, drag it into the timeline, and drop it above the timeline.


Step 03: Adjust the size and location of the sticker and place it in your required position.



Part 3: Attach AR Stickers

Filmora AR Stickers are based on Augmented Reality that can take your videos to another level. There are a number of free-to-use AR Stickers that you can use in your videos to make them look cool and engaging. These stickers adjust according to the video they are applied to. These stickers find the character in the video and adjust their size and movement according to that character's movement. Just like the filters in Tik Tok and Instagram. 

Step 01: In Filmora, go to the "Effects" tab and click on the "AR Stickers".


Step 02: In the AR Stickers, you can find several amazing and cute stickers to easily apply in your video. Select a Sticker of your choice, drag it to the timeline, and place it above your footage. The sticker will detect a face in your footage and will adjust itself accordingly.



Filmora made the process of adding stickers in your video easy and convenient for you with its new feature and collections. Now you can use any of the methods discussed above to add stickers in your video to make them engaging and cool. There is no need to look for other alternatives. Start making your videos beautiful to gain more views on your videos.

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Richard Bennett is a writer and a lover of all things video.
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