LEARN TO USE SUBTITLE AND 3D SUBTITLES FOR VIDEO CLIPS

AV Video Morpher is an all-in-one home and commercial Movie editor. With this one-stop video tool, you can play and morph audio - video streams in real-time, add video and audio effects to movies, convert video files to AVI, WMV …, dub movies, capture images, record DVD audio, burn VCD, design DVD/CD covers, and amazingly useful, create 3D subtitle.
This tutorial will guide you the way to create 3D subtitles for video clips in AV Video Morpher 

 

Step 1: Open your video clip in AV Video Morpher

- Start the program by clicking on the AV VOM icon on your desktop or go to Start >> All Programs >> AV Video Morpher
- In Video Morpher, select the Video tab (1) >> go to File Menu (2)>> Select Open File.

Fig 1: Video tab - AV Video Morpher

- In the Open window >> select a video clip >> Open.

 

Fig 2: Open video clip

Step 2: Apply the 3D Subtitle effect

- In the AV Effects panel on the right, look down to the Video Effects tree, find the Text group, and choose 3D Subtitles Editor (1).
>> Double click 3D Subtitles Editor to add it into the Effects to apply panel (on top) (2).
>> Make sure that both the checkboxes of 3D Subtitles Editor and Effects (3) to apply are all checked . This will allow you to see how the subtitles will be shown on your clip.

Fig 3: Add 3D Subtitles

Step 3: Enter subtitles for the clip

- In the Effects to apply panel, right-click on 3D Subtitles Editor >> Select Properties

Fig 4: AV Effects

 

- In the 3D Subtitles Editor Settings window>> Click on the Edit button to open the Subtitle viewer window.

 

Fig 5: Edit 3D Subtitles

 

- In Subtitle viewer >> Add subtitle content in the Text textbox, and specify the interval of each subtitle into the Time Start and Time End boxes>> Click on Add as New button
When you have added all the subtitles for the clip, click OK
The table on top will show all the subtitles you have added for the clip.

 

Fig 6: Subtitle viewer

Step 4: Make further changes on the appearance of the new subtitles

- Return to the 3D Subtitles Editor Settings window >> Click on the Parameters button.

 

 

Fig 7: Parameters 3D Subtitles

 

- In the Font Parameters window >> check on the 3D Font checkbox >> make adjustment on the Extrusion slider underneath to change how the 3D effect be on the subtitle. 
TipThis window also allows you to change the appearances of the subtitle, either font size, font type, font color, etc. 
Make changes until you are pleased with the result. Click the Close button to close this window.

 

Fig 8: Font Parameters

- Click Save as to save the new subtitle with all the settings you have just made. Click OK to close the settings window.

 

Fig 9: Load 3D subtitles

Your clip now has subtitles with 3D effect. 
Check for further tutorial on creating 2D subtitles for your video clips.