Let’s face it: sometimes you just need an emoji. Whether it’s a text, a social media post, or a video with subtitles, we’ve all had those moments where nothing but an emoji will really get the point across.
That’s why it’s frustrating when you’re using a video editing program that won’t let you add emojis to your video’s subtitles. After all, we know that 80% of social media videos are watched on mute, which means that subtitles are absolutely essential. And if you’re going to add subtitles, it’s inevitable that you’ll want to add emojis to those video subtitles at one point or another.
Well, here’s the great news: Zubtitle now supports emojis for both our auto-caption and headline text editor! Here’s a step-by-step walkthrough on how you can take advantage of our latest product update:
Click the “Add New Video” button on the right-hand side of the screen.
3. Add emojis
The very first section when you’re editing your video is the Text Editor. Once you’re there, just click where you want to add an emoji. Then all you have to do is right-click (or, if you’re on a Mac, press the Control key when you tap the trackpad) and select the Emoji & Symbols option.
Alternatively, you can copy and paste any emoji you’d like to use from a website like Emojipedia.
4. Download your video
Just click the Download symbol (it looks like a down arrow) at the top of the screen to render your new video and download it to your computer or device.