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The most common choice for those who don't have time to personalize the text is to use a caption template, which is sometimes referred to as a text overlay.
Below you can find descriptions of the four different kinds of Captions that can be created using DemoCreator:
- Opener – A concise and authoritative introduction that addresses your issues.
- End Credit – Text that is shown at the video's conclusion and thanks to everyone who contributed to the creation of your video content should be included.
- Subtitle – The conversation or narrative will be translated into text displayed at the bottom of the scene.
- Lowerthird – Additional information is presented in the form of a graphic overlay shown in the bottom portion of the picture.
1. Add/Remove the Caption
Step 1: Choose the Caption tab from the Tools bar and the Opener category from the drop-down menu.
Step 2: Move your mouse over the openers to get a preview of each one, and then choose the one that appeals to you the most.
Note: If you find a particular opening helpful and want to access it as quickly as possible, click the Heart button to designate it as your favorite. It will show in the first category of "Favorite".
Step 3: Drag it to the location on the timeline where you want it to go.
Remove the Caption: You can select it on your Timeline or in the Preview Panel and then hit the Delete key on your keyboard, or you can right-click on the caption and choose the Delete option from the context menu.
2. Modify the Caption
· Customize the Text
Step 1: When you want to input the prepared text, you can do so by double-clicking the text field of the caption on the Preview Panel's Annotation tab.
Step 2: When the caption text is chosen, you have the option in the Properties Channel to change its look in several ways, such as the color, the font, or the behaviors it exhibits.
· Transform – Resize/Rotate/Re-Position
Step 1: Select the Caption effect from the drop-down menu in the Preview Window.
Step 2: You can adjust the caption size, rotate it, or position it with parameters by navigating to the Properties Panel and selecting the Transform option.
Note: Any alterations can be done immediately in the Preview Panel.
Step 3: Choose the caption option, and then modify the blue bounding box that appears.
· Compositing – Blending Mode/Opacity
Step: You can modify your graphics' blending mode or opacity by adjusting the parameters found in the Transform > Compositing menu option.
· Change an Annotation's Duration
Step: To change a caption's length, drag its border on your timeline to either the left or the right.
3. Get More Options
If the default subtitles cannot suit your needs for certain scenarios, you can access the SFX Store via the Tools Panel and download additional content there.
Note: When the template is downloaded, the contained caption will also be added to the library of available captions.
You can now automatically produce subtitles for your movies with the help of the DemoCreator 6 software, which uses artificial intelligence to generate your subtitles with an accuracy that is very close to flawless.
With the click of an option, an automatically generated caption based on voice recognition technology can be accessed.
The specific steps are listed down below.
Step 1: You must log in with your Wondershare account before you can start (WSID). Because you are the only user logged in, the computer can recognize your account information and determine your available transcribe time.
Two Different Account Statuses
1. Auto-Caption Free Account
2. Auto-Caption Paid Account
Note: The auto-captioning capabilities need payment to utilize them. To get your Auto-Caption package, you must go to the purchasing page.
Step 2: To import your media files, go to the media library, double-click the file, and then drag it to the timeline.
Step 3: After selecting the language you want to transcribe, you can begin the recognition process by clicking the "Start to Recognize."
Step 4: The length of the video will influence how long the transaction will take. When it is complete, all text tracks will be presented on the timeline, and you can verify their accuracy.
Note: Through the properties panel on the right, you can also make adjustments to the caption, such as its size, color, border, and shape.
Step 5: The length of your whole account will be increased after you select the "Start to Recognize" button since this action will transcribe all of the videos on the timeline.
Tip: Therefore, before beginning the transformation, you must verify the video you have placed on the timeline.
Step 6: Export your movie by clicking the option labeled "Export".
Note: Because different machine learning techniques were used to construct these automated captions, the quality of the captions can vary. Automatic captions can get the substance of what's being said wrong, owing to mispronunciations, accents, dialects, or background noise.
Tip: You should constantly check the automated captions and make any necessary edits to the sections that have not been transcribed accurately.