Change Subtitle Theme

Decide on the look and feel of the captions in your video using the Video Maker

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Written by Sarah Stanfield
Updated over a week ago

If you're looking to make your video content more engaging, captions are a must-have. BIGVU has some seriously cool designer themes that will make your subtitles really pop on screen.

With the Video Themes feature, you can customize your captions to match the color, tone, and style of your video. Instead of trying to design captions on your own that just end up looking unprofessional, we've created themes that ensure that your subtitles always look spot on.

👥 Who can access this feature? Starter, AI Pro, and Teams Subscribers

📶 Which devices support this feature? Available on iOS, Android, and web platform. The screenshots below refer to the web. To learn how to choose themes on the mobile see here

Open Video Maker

Opening Video Maker will automatically add captions to your video: You need to choose the language of your captions and wait while they generate, the process can take a minute.

Follow these steps to open the video maker:

Select a video that you want to edit, click on the 3 dots menu (1), and choose Edit (2)

Open the Take Screen and select the desired take by clicking the three-dot menu located beneath its name.

A pop-up window will appear, offering you the option to choose "Open Video Maker" in order to stylize your video.

Choose a Video Theme

To customize your video theme, simply click on the Style button located in the left sidebar. From there, you can select the specific video theme that suits your preferences.

💡The selected theme will be applied to all scenes in your video, regardless of the layout you choose. See the image below to see the types of layouts you can use to style your video. To learn more about Layouts, click here for the detailed guide

Save your Video

Once satisfied with the changes, you can now save your video by clicking the Create button on the top right side of the page

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