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Thick Highlight Title Subtitle is an alpha transparent lower third animation. Place it over your video, adjust colors and write your text in two lines.
To customize this template, you need to:
Type in your text that you would like to see in the animation. One text per one line. Text scales to fit the screen. The template will try to keep title bigger than subtitle, but for best looking results, don’t use a very long title in combination with short subtitle.To get the same look as in the preview, enter your text in all upper case.
Choose your color(s) by placing the HEX code into the color field if you know it, or select by dragging in the color-picker panel. Excellent choice for finding your desired color(s) would be using Adobe Color Wheel. If you would like to know more about colors, i.e., how to make a stylish color match, and how to choose the right shade(s) of one, then I would suggest Color HEX.
Colors used in the sample animation:
Choose whether you would like the offered audio with your animation
Promotional and explainer videos explain your products and services to viewers quickly and concisely. YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media platforms have taught consumers to click and watch videos. Whether you choose a whiteboard video or an animated promotional video, you’re sure to see your website traffic and consumer conversions start to rise, and quickly. Promo videos not only capture your customer’s attention, but they add value to their lives through entertainment and education. Both are things which also help to establish and build brand engagement which equals more customer conversions.
Promo videos can be an excellent method to use to introduce your consumers to your products and services. They also can encourage your loyal consumers to buy your newest products and can convert potential consumers into loyal ones. Video animations engage your potential and loyal consumers on several levels. They’re visually stimulated through the video and animations with effects, and their hearing is involved in music or dialogue. When you engage more than one of your consumer’s senses, you capture more of their attention and increase their desire to buy.
Lower thirds are necessary for building context in your videos. It is a clean and straightforward way to display relevant information to your audience to better understand your video.
Lower thirds do not have much text. They are short so that they can deliver your consumers brief and relevant information.
Lower thirds use alpha transparency which gives them the ability to be overlayed over the video and to show off only the animation, not a background as well. That is why our Lower thirds are delivered in .mov files and can be put directly over your video to a place where needed.
There can be one-tier lower thirds, two-tiers, and three-tiers lower thirds depending on the information you want to deliver.
Examples of lower third tiers in practice:
1. A one-tier lower third can be used to identify a story of the video or to show a presenter’s name.
2. A two-tier lower third can be used to name a person on screen in your video. Mostly, the person’s name will appear on the first line, and other info related to him will appear on the second line. In a nutshell, you use it where you need to display a subject (name, place, date, etc.) of the video and to add a relevant description of it on the second line.
3. Three-tier lower thirds deliver more of information than the first two.
Besides they are informative to your video, their role is also to align your consumers with your brand by using its label colors, logo and other elements that represent your business.
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