Free Tools – Video Cutter

Free Video Editing Tools - Video Cutter

Video Cutter Trimmer online Main image

This is part 1 of our series on free Vidds tools.

At Vidds, we’ve worked hard on a powerful video creation app to create beautiful videos quickly and easily. But sometimes you just need a simple tool. We’ve made some free tools to handle basic video editing tasks, and you can use them in your browser without creating an account!

Today we’re talking about the video cutter. We created a tool to easily trim videos in your browser.

It’s super simple to use:

  1. Drag and drop your video file, or click the red box to select a file from your computer.
  2. Select the Trim option.
  3. Drag the start slider to the first part of the video.
  4. Drag the end slider to the last part of the video.
  5. Click “Go!” to trim the video.

We built this because everyone should have access to a quick cutting tool. It’s useful in many different cases, like:

  • You have a screencast recording, but parts of the beginning and end need to be removed.
  • You want to create a social media teaser for a course.
  • You want to show a clip of a YouTube video on your blog.
  • You want to create a small GIF to embed in an email.

Whatever your reason, our online video trimmer is quick and easy.

We know that privacy is important with video content. Our free tools never upload your content to our servers, so your videos are safe and secure because they never leave your laptop.

Need to chop up your video? Try our video cutter out 🙂

Need some other free tools? We also have a tool to convert videos, an app to resize them, create gif clips, add text and image overlays, and take screenshots of videos.



How to add text to a video

How to Add Text to a Video

Adding text to a video is easy in Vidds.

Often, you’ll simply select one of our existing scenes, edit the text, and make some tweaks to the style. Here, we’ll go over adding and editing text elements step by step so you know what’s available and how to create new elements from scratch.

Adding Text to a Scene

Let’s jump right in by adding a new text element. Simply click the “Add Text” icon at the top of the video canvas to add a text element to your scene.

Add text to video screenshot

Changing Text

Once you add the Text element, you can type or copy in the text you want to display, simply input it in the box at the top of the configurator on the left.

Edit text - Add Text to a Video

Positioning and Resizing the Text Element

You can click and drag your text element to position it wherever you want it in the scene. You can use the circle handles to resize as well. As you move and resize, it will snap to the sides of the video (or other elements in your scene), and you’ll see a red line showing what it’s snapping to.

Resize Text Box - Add text to Videos

Styling the Text

With your text element selected, you’ll see the most common style options at the top. Click on the font name to change the font, use the Size dropdown to change the font size, and click the “T” with color block to open the color selector to change the color.

Update Text Styles - Add Text to Videos

Two things to note: The color picker has a transparency slider at the bottom. If it’s all the way to the left, the text will be invisible. All the way to the right and it will not be transparent at all. The second thing to notice is the “HEX value” – the box with the #0045FF in the image above. This is a short code you can copy and paste to other elements to reuse the same color.

Aligning the Text

Depending on where your text is in the scene, you may want it aligned to the left, center, or right, as well as the top, middle, or bottom. You can simply click the Align button and select the new position. Also see “Padding” below to add some space.


Changing Letter, Line, and Border Spacing

You can also experiment with spacing to add additional style to your text.

Letter: Add or remove space between each letter in your text. Below, set to -6px, it has a nice compact look, while sliding it greater than 1 pixel will give the text a bold, spread-out look.

Line: Just like the letter spacing, you can increase or decrease the space between each line by dragging the Line Spacing slider.

Padding (Border): You can add space between the element outline and where the text starts with the Padding slider. This makes it easy to drag text elements to the corners and sides of the video, then space the text away from the edge.


Adding Text Shadows

Shadows are useful to stylize your text and help it stand out from the background. By default, you’ll see “No Shadow – Add”. Click the add button to add and customize the shadow. Choose a color (including transparency, if you’d like less of a shadow).

Use the Horizontal Offset slider to move the shadow left or right and the Vertical Offset to move it up or down. The Blur slider is used to adjust between a sharp, solid shadow or a soft, diffused shadow.

To remove the shadow, select the “X” button to the right of the Settings dropdown.

Add text shadows in a video

Animating Your Text

The point of video is movement, and we provide a number of animations you can apply to your text. Below the Animations header, you’ll see 3 dropdowns: In (how the text moves into the scene), Out (how it leaves the scene), and Highlight (an animation to bring attention to the element in the middle).

There are so many animations, we won’t explain each one here. They animate based on position (left, right, up or down), fade the text in, or scale it up or down. We also have some “Bounce” animations for a more fun and friendly movement.

animate text in a video

They usually look great in any scene layout, but you can experiment by selecting an animation and pressing the play button to watch and find the perfect animation for your scene.

Container Background and Rounded Borders

You can add a background color to your text element by selecting the color circle and choosing the color you like. You can also adjust the transparency slider to allow it to blend into the background.

You can also add rounded corners using the “Border Radius” slider.

Text background and borders in a video

Removing Text and Making a Copy

If you don’t need the text element anymore, you can click the trash icon at the top to delete it.

Alternatively, you might want to use similar text and styles for another element. You can click the duplicate (2 squares icon) at the top to create a new text element with the same settings.

Duplicate or delete text in a video


In most cases, you can just drag your text wherever you want. With the help of snapping, it will likely be in the right place for you. But you can also use the Position dropdown at the bottom to enter an exact location.

The locations are percentages, so 0% is at the left/top, and a width or height of 50% is half of the width or height.

position text in a video

Showing your Text Above or Below Other Elements

When your text overlaps with other elements, you may need to change it so it is displayed above or below other elements. 

Element Layering - Add Text to Videos

You can do this within the “Element Order & Timing” Tab at the bottom of the configurator, simply expand this section by clicking the arrow.

Here, you’ll see a list of the elements within the scene. To move an element, you can click the drag icon (6 dots) and drag it to the up or down the list.

Elements at the top show at the front of the scene, elements at the bottom are shown at the back of the scene.

This should cover most of the configuration tools available to you with text elements. We’re excited to give you the tools to bring your visions to life!

Common Problems and Solutions of Adding Text to a Video

Still having trouble? Here are some common problems and fixes.

I can’t see my text.

There are a few possible reasons for this:

  1. The text element is hidden behind something else. In the scene settings, you can drag your text element to the top of the list to fix this. See Showing Your Text Above or Below Other Elements above.
  2. A color may have been set to transparent. Transparency allows some or all of the background to show through. In the text color at the top, make sure the transparency slider is on the right so it will be visible. See Styling the Text above.
  3. The element has been moved outside of the video. It’s possible to accidentally drag an element outside of the video canvas. You can click the element in the Element list in scene settings, then use the Position section at the bottom to reset the Left/Top position to 0 (zero) to update the location.

My color isn’t showing up.

This is usually because of the transparency slider. See Styling the Text above to make sure it’s not transparent.

My text is hard to see in front of a background.

This is a common problem in design. Here are a few options to help it stand out:

  1. Change the text color to see if one stands out more.
  2. Use a bold font or increase the font size so more color comes through.
  3. Use a blurred shadow with a different color to add some contrast.
  4. Blur the image behind the text.
  5. If all else fails, you can set a container background color to something that your text stands out against. Once you find a good color, you can adjust the transparency of the background color so the background is visible but the text can still be seen.

I want to reuse my text style.

You can use the duplicate button at the top of the element to make a copy with the same styles.

I don’t need a text element anymore.

You can use the delete button (trash icon) at the top of the element to remove it from the scene.

Anything we missed?

We love helping creators! If this didn’t answer a question you have about how to add text to a video, then feel free to get in touch, or just give us your feedback!

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How to make videos when you don’t have content

How to make videos when you don't have content

A guide to help you make videos when you don't have any of your own content!

We’ve all been there – we want to engage our audience, promote a product or service, but we don’t have a lot of content.

Luckily, it’s so much easier to work around this problem now! There are tons of resources at the tip of your finger, and we try to help directly within your Vidds account.

First, have a goal

Remember that your goals in the future rely on maintaining good relationships. It’s important to make sure that your videos have a goal, and the goal actually helps your users. Promoting your products and services does help your audience, especially if you have the right mix of informing, entertaining, and promoting.

If you’re looking to increase your audience or engagement, informing and entertaining are great ways to get those eyeballs, likes, and shares. This might be a funny post about your industry or expertise, a behind the scenes look at how something is done, or a quote from someone. In practice, that might look like a meme, a testimonial, a quick screencast of how you accomplish a task, or recording of how your product is made.

When you’re trying to get the sale, promote your product! Of course it’s great to offer a promotional code, but that isn’t necessary. Show your existing images and videos, explain the benefits of the product, answer a question about it, etc. Social media content has a short lifespan, so don’t be afraid to reuse your content occasionally!

Creating the video!

After you have a goal and a video in mind, it’s time to start creating! This is where Vidds will really help you shine! The videos created are meant to engage your audience and keep them watching.

Start with your text and layouts

Vidds breaks down your video into “scenes” – each one is an animated design and layout. It might include a word or two, a sentence, details of a coupon code, event details, or an entire paragraph.

The great thing is, while Vidds categorizes scenes (like Beauty, Brand, Lifestyle, Science & Tech, etc), they’re completely customizable, so you can find the layout that’s perfect for your content, then swap out content and styles.

By starting with your text and layout, it’ll give you some space to think about what other content will go well with that text.

Add Images to Your Video

So you’ve created the scenes that get your point across in text. Now’s the time to find visual content to make your video stand out.

Maybe you found a scene that already has the perfect background or foreground. Congrats, your job is done!

But if not, it’s time to get searching! The Vidds integrated Stock Media search will help you find a great video or image.

Finding the right stock media is easier than it might seem. The subject of the media isn’t usually your exact product or service. It’s more likely to be related to one of the following:

  • The setting it’s used in: Maybe it’s in nature or the outdoors, a classroom/auditorium, around the house, or out in the city.
  • What it accomplishes: Does it make you comfortable or safe? Maybe it’s about the adrenaline rush and excitement. Or maybe it will make you more successful in the workplace, make for a great vacation, or promote better health.
  • The general mood and vibe: Vibrant and exciting? Bold and outgoing? Relaxing? Romantic?
  • And more: How about your brand’s style? Maybe you like a retro feel, or you’re high tech, stylish vs down to earth.

Most of these translate directly to a quick search term. Nature, beaches, and waterfalls? Concerts, night life, city, countryside? Fashion, beauty, health? Cell phones and computers, science and technology, medical research? Try a couple quick searches and start plugging them in! [Check out our 2021 guide to stock video sites here]

Found the perfect photo, but wish it were a video?

Of course, we usually want video content within our videos, but sometimes a picture fits the goal of a video better. If it’s looking a little dull, be sure to try adding the “Zoom” highlight animation. It adds some slow movement to the image you’ve chosen, which might just complete your scene!

Go for a minimalist video

One last option is to go minimalist. It might not work for all videos, but sometimes, using minimalist scenes with little or no video/image content looks great and really highlights your text content! Solid color backgrounds and big, bold text with simple shapes and underlines can look amazing. Vidds includes some minimalist scenes you can start with.

You can enhance minimalist themes further by playing with different animations. Mix and match the animation in for color backgrounds and text to allow them to flow together or contrast each other. Try different animations out, or leave some as “None” so they stick around.

You might be surprised just how much you like them, and how your audience appreciates straight-forward content!

Still stuck? Let’s go through some quick tips

  • I have image/video content, but not text.
    Adding a ton of text isn’t always the right answer. It’s ok to be a brand of few words. Use one or two words that describe your product and highlight what it is. Your audience can create their own story 🙂
  • I still want more text content!
    Follow similar brands and influencers. Look at their old posts that did well and imitate those. No need to plagiarize when there’s plenty of content out there for inspiration!
    Use your previous blog content, product/service descriptions and previous posts to round out the content. You don’t need to rewrite every sentence for every new post!
  • The scene is too fast for my calm mood, or too slow for my exciting content.
    Vidds allows you to control the animation speed of each scene. An animation speed of 1 second or less is going to move quickly, and once you move above 2 seconds or so, it’ll mellow out quite a bit.
  • How else can I set the mood?
    Use the right color for your text and outlines. Play with fonts and sizes. Use sharp or blurred shadows. Add rectangular outlines that are sharp and thin or rounded and large.
  • I want more content of my own!
    People love to see real content that doesn’t look like it’s been manipulated. Don’t be afraid to record a quick 360 of your product, goof around with it in different environments, and don’t be afraid of your poor video/photo skills (although you should make sure it doesn’t look like it’s hiding anything!) You can start with small photos or create a 3-5 second clip of your product in an existing scene.
    You can hide any recording flaws with text or borders 🙂
  • How do I optimize for longer engagement?
    Try to prolong your text. Your first scene could be a simple question or statement that is true of your audience, such as “It’s so hard to find the right X” or “Do you have trouble with Y?” Follow up with related content. If you’re promoting your product, make statements about how it helps. If you’re entertaining or informing, use common formats like “5 Tips for Improving.”
  • Social Proof!
    Yes! Obviously followers and likes help, but you can quote your customers and followers in your scenes. And if you’re starting out, you can quote influencers if it’s related to your video content

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Facebook Ad Sizes

Facebook Ad Video Sizes

Up to date Facebook Ad Video Sizes

Facebook Ads are a powerful tool for any brand or business. Not only can you reach users on Facebook but you can have your ads seen across all of their networks, this includes Facebook, Instagram, Stories, Messenger, Audience Network and more!

That’s a lot of opportunity to have your advert seen by your potential customers. But how do you optimise your videos for Facebook Ads to make them stand out in the flow of content and get more clicks? The first step is to ensure that you’re using the right aspect ratios and sizes in the right places.

Below is a breakdown of what size video you’ll need for each place your Facebook Ad is show.

Right Column:

While technically not a video ad placement, the Facebook right column is the OG of ad placements, and therefore couldn’t be left off our list. It was the first place that Facebook allowed users to advertise their businesses and was so successful that Facebook expanded their advertising business model.

  • 16:9 aspect ratio (will crop to 1.91:1)
  • 1200 x 628 recommended size
  • Image format: PNG or JPG

The Feed:

The Facebook feed is your opportunity to grab someone’s attention while they’re scrolling through the endless stream of content. It’s not easy to standout from the noise and engage a user so that they click your add. A video can increase your chances of reaching your Facebook Ads goal.

  • Vertical 4:5 aspect ratio
  • 1080 x 1350 recommenced size
  • Format mp4 or .mov
  • For images go for a 1:1 aspect ratio and 1080 x 1080 size, format JPG or PNG


What better way to capture new customers than by showing them your product or service when they are already in a buying mindset. The Facebook Marketplace Ad placement is a great way to engage users and get more clicks through to your site.

  • Vertical 4:5 aspect ratio
  • 1080 x 1350 recommended size
  • Format mp4 or .mov

Stories (including Messenger):

Stories have been the story of 2019 & 2020, with Facebook increasingly pushing the adoption of stories across their platforms. With this increased adoption has come an increase in advertising potential, as more users watch stories there is more opportunity to get your advert in front of eyes..

  • Full Height Vertical 9:16
  • 1080 x 1920 recommended size
  • Format mp4 or .mov


Acquired by Facebook in 2012, Instagram rolled out adverts towards the end of 2013 and haven’t looked back since. The first place that you would have seen ads back then was the feed. As an inherently more visual platform Instagram is the perfect place to capture the attention of users with videos ads.

  • Vertical 4:5 aspect ration
  • 1080 x 1350 recommended size
  • Format mp4 or .mov


The place where Instagram curates content for its users based on their preferences and past usage. This is a great place to run adverts as users are in the mindset of searching for something new. You can reach them with your advertising and generate more clicks through to your website, app or landing page.

  • Vertical 4:5 aspect ratio
  • 1080 x 1350 recommended size
  • Formtat mp4 .mov


Inspired by the stories format of Snapchat, instagram rolled out this feature and gained a whole load of snapchat users in the process. The premise is content that is only live for 24hours before it is removed, this allows users to tell real-time stories to engage their followers. With a huge daily user activity, Stories are an incredibly powerful way to capture the attention of your potential customer.

  • Full height vertical 9:16
  • 1080 x 1920 recommended size
  • Format mp4 or .mov

Now that you know all the Facebook Ad video sizes and that video ads are a great way to generate leads for your business, it’s time to start making some. Vidds is an easy way to create video ads and download them in all the different sizes in a matter of minutes. Simply create your advert using our pre-designed templates or start from scratch and build your own. Then export your video in all sizes ready to upload across all platforms.

Vidds is the easiest and quickest way to create videos online. Our browser based video editor allows you to create all kinds of videos and download them ready to be used within minutes. The drag and drop interface makes it simple to add text, videos, images and logos to customise your video and wow your audience.


Best Stock Video Sites 2021

Best Stock Video Sites 2021

A complete guide to the Best Stock Video Sites in 2021 (original content from

Twenty-twenty was a year filled with uncertainty, restrictions and disruptions to not only our professional, but personal lives too. The creative industries felt the full force of the pandemic with cut budgets, travel bans and much more. Film sets were shut down, agencies went remote and freelancers lost clients. As a result, we saw an increase in stock video sites and an increase in demand for tools that assisted our remote working. It looks like this year is set for much of the same, so here is our complete guide to the best stock video sites for 2021.

In this article we’ll reveal our list of top 5 free stock video sites and top 5 paid stock video sites.

Top 5 Paid Stock Video Sites

VReel have been working really hard over the past year to build their platform into a really great stock video site. What started out as a site exclusively for drone footage has now expanded to offer “regular stock“. Their regular stock is provided in series. This means that every scene is shot from multiple angles giving you far more power to tell great stories when editing your videos.

Not only have they expanded their offering, but they also increased their contributor commissions – making them one of the fairest stock video sites in terms of contributor earnings! All contributors now earn 50% commission on all one off purchases of their footage.

On the VReel site you can purchase footage in two ways:

  1. One-off Purchase
    – 4K = €59 per video
    – 1080p HD = €35 per video
    – 720p HD = €19 per video
    – 480p SD = €12 per video
  2. Monthly Subscriptions
    – 5 videos = €69 per month [€13.80/video]
    – 10 videos = €129 per month [€12.90/video]
    – 25 videos = €299 per month [€11.96/video]
    – 50 videos = €499 per month [€9.98/video]

These prices make VReel one of the best value stock video sites .

So for affordable, incredible drone footage from all over the globe, which will bring you value across all your video projects and a growing library of normal stock series, look no further than VReel.

Also a fairly newcomer to the stock footage industry, Artgrid bring exceptionally high quality footage via annual subscriptions. Launched by the well known music licensing site, marks their journey into the world of footage. The nice thing about Artgrid is that they work with many professional filmmakers, directors and content creators. There’s something very “arty” about all the clips, and the collections of footage are impeccably shot – covering multiple angles, giving you full power when you edit.

Artgrid is only available on an annual subscription, but they do have three different tiers depending on your needs:

  1. Junior HD $299/year
    – HD clips, H264 format, unlimited downloads
  2. Creator 4K+ $479/year
    – 4K – 8K clips, ProRes format, unlimited downloads
  3. Pro RAW/LOG $599/year
    – Raw/Log clips in 4K – 8K, ProRes format, unlimited downloads

When broken down into monthly costs, Artgrid becomes an exceptionally value driven proposition. At approximately $40/month for unlimited downloads (capped at 40/day) this value is almost unmatched by other stock video sites. Better still, the quality of the footage makes it a great choice for video editors that need more emotion driven, engaging clips.

One of the larger stock video sites, Pond5 have a huge library of over 20 million clips. They offer footage in HD quality starting from $25 and have licenses which can cover your different needs. Their library is conveniently split into popular, categories & collections to help make finding the clip you need easier.

Pond5 pricing and licensing comes in a few different shapes and sizes, here’s the run down on what they offer.


  1. Personal (included in sale price)
    – Frequently used with sizzle reels, social media and similar projects
    – Download can be used by 1 individual on the project
  2. Business (+€139)
    – Frequently used with tv broadcasts, regional advertising and similar projects
    – Download can be used by up to 5 people on the project
  3. Premium (+$279)
    – Frequently used with feature films, national advertising and similar projects
    – Download can be used by everyone on the project


  1. Subscriptions
    – Yearly: €890 for 120 clips
    – Monthly: €180 for 10 clips
  2. One-off purchases
    – €25 starting price
    – up to €500+

Pond5 is a good choice for agencies making lot’s of content, or for people that need a large variety of footage to cover their video editing needs. Since their library is so big, it is likely that you will find exactly what you are looking for.

Film Supply is a “leader in cinematic footage licensing”. Their collections of footage are exceptionally high quality and have been contributed by many professional filmmakers from all over the world. One of their unique selling points is that the cinematic footage is broken up into collections based on the main theme of the clips. This clip organisation makes it easy to find what you’re looking for based on a particular theme, emotion or category.

Their pricing is very simple and is based on the intended usage of the clip. They only offer videos via one-off purchases, here are the prices:

  1. Internal – $99
    – Internal Meetings
    – Training
    – Shareholder Meetings
  2. Industrial – $199
    – Events
    – Tradeshow displays
    – Sales meetings
    – In-store promos
  3. Web/Digital – $199
    – Website
    – Social media
    – Web ads
  4. Extended use – by Quote
    – TV
    – Film
    – Video games
    – VOD
    – other

Key features – high quality, emotionally driven footage, purchasable one-off. Film Supply is a great alternative to Artgrid when you don’t want to be tied into an annual membership.

Dissolve is the last on our list of best stock video sites 2021, but is no means the least. A site for footage and photography, Dissolve has grown it’s video library to over 1.7 million video clips. Their mission has been to change the average standard of the stock industry and provide something spectacular. Based in Canada, they are a team of ex-industry professionals which means they really know their stock!

Split into collectionspopular searches and exclusive collections Dissolve has organised their library in an efficient and easy to discover way. Footage is priced per clip and provides a standard license with every purchase. Extended and premium licenses are available when needed.


  1. SD 480p: $29
  2. HD 1080p: $29 – $499
  3. 4K: $49 – $549

Dissolve is another great option when you need to by individual clips for projects and want to make sure you have a watertight license for your particular use case.

Top 5 Free Stock Video Sites

They made both lists! Well, we happen to think that their resource of free drone footage is really great. The library is very modest at the moment but they add to it regularly and ensure that all clips are 4K and of the highest quality. As a result, the footage is suitable for any kind of video project, including commercials.

One of the larger free footage libraries available, Pexels continue to offer great options for filmmakers on a budget. Their library contains a wide variety of shots of some varying qualities, but overall this is a fantastic resource that shouldn’t be overlooked.

With a library of high-quality free video resources, Coverr is great resource for filmmakers. You are free to use the footage in both commercial and non-commercial projects, without first needing the permission of the videographer or giving them credit (though it is appreciated where possible). You can even get virtual backgrounds for your zoom meetings

Mixkit has thousands of free videos in their library that can be used for any kind of project without the need for attribution. Their library is split into categories such as; Nature, Lifestyle, Business, Animals, Food & more. They even have a selection of vertical videos and virtual backgrounds for your zoom meetings.

Over 15,000 free videos available to download and use in your video projects. There is a mix of different themes and qualities throughout the Pixabay library, but overall this is great resource for video makers of all abilities.

Conclusions of the best stock video sites 2021

At the end of the day, it will come down to pricing, licensing and footage options that will determine which stock videos sites you will find the best.

If you need any help in finding the perfect footage for your next video project, VReel offers a free clip sourcing service. Simply jump into our chat widget on the VReel homepage and we’ll be happy to help.


*This article was originally posted by VReel on the blog, read the original article here.


How to Add Background Images and Videos

Add Background Images and Videos

How to add background images and videos to your Vidds scenes

Step 1 - Select the correct scene

  • Click on the correct scene thumbnail in the “Scene List”at the bottom of the screen

Step 2 - Select "Add Media" from the top toolbar

  • From the top toolbar, click the “Add Media” icon

Step 3 - Select your background

  • Upload your own media (image or video) from your device, once it’s added to your media list, simply click on it to add it to your video
  • Choose a previously uploaded file by clicking on it
  • Search and add images and videos with our stock media integration provided by Pexels – simply type a keyword term (e.g. “Cats”) in the search bar, click the “Search Pexels” button and select the media you’d like to use by clicking on it

Step 4 - Resize, Save and continue editing

  • Drag the new video or image to cover your video. You can use the snapping points to make sure it’s positioned correctly.
  • Save your changes using the save button in the top right hand corner

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How to Change Video Size

How to Change the Size of a Video

How to change the size of a video

Step 1 - Open the correct Vidds project

Select the correct project from the Vidds creator Dashboard (if you are already creating a video, then skip to step 2).

  • Click the project thumbnail to start editing in the Vidds creator
How to change the size of a video

Step 2 - Edit project settings

  • On the righthand side of your screen, click the “edit” button at the bottom of the “Project Settings section”

Step 3 - Resize dimensions

  • Click on the “Resize” button to the side of the Dimensions information
Resize dimensions - edit project setting screen

Step 4 - Select desired video size

  • Select one of the pre-designed video sizes and click “Update” to make your video that size
  • Select “Custom” – place in your custom dimensions and click “Update”

Step 5 - Check your video

  • Navigate back to your video in the Vidds creator and check that you’re happy with your new video size
The Vidds Creator will use its intelligent processing core to resize and scale your content to fit the new video size. This means that you can create multiple versions of the same video to make it compatible across all the different social media platforms. Completely automatically.
Simply save and download the project between each re-sizing.

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Level up you Vidds by checking out our blog post on the best stock video sites for 2021


How to Duplicate a Scene

How to Duplicate a Scene