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Annotations are effects that help you communicate important information to your viewers either using text or shapes like arrows.
- Add Annotations
- Copy and Paste Annotations
- Resize Annotations
- Customize Annotations
- Remove Annotations
- Change an Annotation's Duration
1. Add Annotations
To add an annotation to your video, go to the Annotations tab and select a category that you want. Then you can click on an annotation and drag it to where you want it in your Timeline or Preview Window.
Dialog Box, callouts, arrows, and lines are among the annotation options available.
2. Copy and Paste Annotations
To copy an annotation, just right click the annotation on the timeline and then select Copy from the sub-menu. Move the playhead on the timeline to a new location, and then right click the timeline and select Paste from the sub-menu.
3. Customize Annotations
To change the color, opacity and border size of the annotations, go to the property area under the shape option.
To change the font, size, color, and layout of your text go to the Annotation tab in the menu on the right side of your screen.
4. Remove Annotations
To remove an annotation, select it on your Timeline or in the Preview Window and press Delete on your keyboard. Alternatively, you can right click on the annotation and choose Delete.
5. Change an Annotation's Duration
To adjust the duration of an annotation, drag the left or right edge of the annotation in your timeline.