Gain more brand awareness by adding a professional logo watermark to your videos in just a few clicks. It's easy to upload and add your logo to the corner of your marketing videos.
Go to the "Design" icon on the left-hand toolbar and click UPLOAD to add your logo to your project. Make sure it's at least 800 pixels in length on its longest side so it won't appear pixelated in your video.
Use transparent backgrounds. Make your video easier to see by uploading a PNG image. This type of image file lets you create a transparent background. You'll cut off less of your video while still giving your project a sharp-looking watermark.
Make your logo appear the way you want it to. Use the slider bar to adjust the size, opacity, and positioning of your logo throughout the video.
Try different versions of your logo. If you have several versions of your logo, experiment and see which version stands out more on your video. Try a black logo for light-colored videos and a white logo when you've got a darker color palette.
You can place your logo watermark on any of the four corners in your video. Use the "Position" tool to move it around until you find the best fit.
Avoid placing your watermark near text. Your logo shouldn't compete with what you have to say. Try to keep your text and watermark on different sides of your video to keep your message, and your brand, clear.
Video content begs to be shared. And when your audience shares your content, watermarks let new viewers see exactly where your video came from. For instance, the video below connects with audiences by analyzing a new trend. Meanwhile, the watermark in the corner gives viewers a way to match the interesting content with the florist creating it and remember the shop’s branding.
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