I watched a documentary the other day featuring a number of interviews with different speakers. When each speaker appeared for the first time, text displayed near the bottom of the screen to identify the person being interviewed. In fact, when that person appeared again later in the film, the text appeared again briefly to remind the audience who was talking. When you create a self-video with Adobe Presenter Video Express, you can do the exact same thing to identify yourself.
Here's how to add descriptive text to any section of a video:
After you've recorded a video, open it in the Adobe Presenter Video Express editor.
Place the playhead at the point in the video where you want the identifying text to appear. Since this is going to be identifying text, you'll want to place it at the first point where you appear in the video.
At the lower left, click the Branding tool to open the branding pane.
At the bottom of the branding pane, under Lower Third Text, enter your name and job title.
At the lower right, you can also set how many seconds you want the text to stay onscreen.
When you play the video, the identifying text appears, just like in a documentary. Here I am in my starring role as Human Resources Director, in my upcoming video, A Tour of Headquarters.
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