Capture your online audience with show-stopping YouTube intros. Nearly all successful YouTubers use an intro to tell the viewer who they are watching and to build brand recognition. You don’t need professional video editing or motion design experience to make them on Canva. Our easy and fun, drag and drop approach to making intros will get your YouTube channel and brand up and running in no time.
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Access high-quality, premium audio tracks and a library of animated motion graphics. Add that on top of beautiful typography, illustrations, and stock footage. With Canva, sleek intro videos take only a minute to make.
Canva’s intro maker is free to use—we don’t add those pesky watermarks to your downloaded videos. There is no limit to the number of intros you can create and download. Only pay when you use additional features on Canva such as premium stock video, music, photo, and illustration content.
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A video intro should be on the short side, around 10 seconds. Any longer and you lose viewers who would otherwise click through to the rest of your content; any shorter and you don’t have time to make an impression.
Find the branding section of your channel and add an intro under “branding introduction.” This will allow you to add an intro to either one video or all of your videos. You can then upload your intro clip to whichever video or videos you want.
Your intro video should introduce you and your product or channel in a way that feels authentic. Don’t try to sell yourself or your services; tell a story or say a few lines that explain who you are and why you’re doing what you’re doing. Know your audience to make it resonate.