The Superstring editor is where you work on your projects. You can access all of the major working areas in the Superstring editor.Tip: To close or open the Superstring editor, use Enter key.
Selecting clips is the first step in editing your lyric video. Click on a clip to select it. To replace placeholder text, double-click the text and type your own.Tips:
Align the timing of clips by dragging. You can drag clips up or down to change the timing.Tips:
The contextual menu provides convenient access to frequently used commands associated with clips. You can simply use Right-click to open the contextual menu.Tip: If you're using a Mac, you can use Control-click to open the contextual menu. On a trackpad, you can use a two-finger tap.
To insert a new clip, open the contextual menu and choose Insert.Tips:
You can group multiple clips so you can move, edit, or copy them as a single unit. To group clips, select multiple clips, then open the contextual menu, and choose Group.Tip: To ungroup clips, select the group, Right-click on the clips, then choose Ungroup.
You can customize text styles, fonts, color, pulse and more.Tips:
You can add images as a background. You can also customize background styles, colors, and more.
You can apply effects like Vignetting to the clips. To apply an effect, select clips and then choose an effect you want to apply to the clips.
When finished editing, preview your lyric video to experience it as your audience will. After preview, click Export button to export your lyric video.
You can export your lyric video as '.mp4' file that you can upload to YouTube. Choose the size of the video and click Export button.Tip: You can also export your Superstring data as '.superstring' file that you can share with other users.