I don’t know if you’ve seen videos from NowThis or AJ+.
If you have, you must have noticed the way they use GIFs, audios, sourced videos (All easy to achieve), and texts (Not so easy to achieve if you don’t have a good software) to get the perfect video. Luckily, I found an online platform that tries (Keyword on “tries”) to replicate what I see on NowThis. The name?
TYPITO — an easy passport into making engaging videos with text.
The website (Built for desktop) allows you to insert graphical text into your videos. All you have to do is visit the website at www.typito.com, Sign up:
And you are good to go!
To get started with the editing part, you need to upload your video and choose from the list of existing text templates (They come with cool transitions). You can also create your text from the scratch, but that defeats the purpose of using a platform like this one (I can use Final cut pro or After effect if I am looking to do that).
Once you through with editing, you can upload your video to YouTube or just download directly.
For those who are planning to use Typito on their mobile phones, simply toggle on the “Request desktop site” on your favorite browser and you can still get the same experience on your smartphone.
The only complaint I have is the inability to change the transitions of the text template.
Anyway, there you have it, guys. One less typography problem to worry about.