With Canva, you can make high-quality videos without being a professional video editor. You’ll find it easy (and fun) -- to make videos everyday. Our simple drag-and-drop tool lets you make compelling short videos in minutes using Canva’s library of pre-made templates.
Canva is a free and online design tool where you can create videos anytime, anywhere. You don’t need complex video editing tools to make professional-quality videos. We’ve packed our library with thousands of templates, free stock videos, animated graphics, and music tracks for you to quickly create a short video to post online. Then download your videos without any watermarks! We believe that making videos should be simple for everyone.
And whether you’re on the go, or at the office, Canva’s video maker is available on a device near you. Create your video on Canva’s app which is available on iOS and Android devices, or on your desktop. Watch your video come to life in seconds.
Canva’s video maker has thousands of stock video footage and high-quality audio tracks, that you can access without leaving Canva. We also offer premium content options at an affordable price.
Unlike other video making tools, Canva is free. No watermarks will be added when you download your videos, and there’s no limit to how many times you can make or download a video.
Canva gives you the power to create professional-level videos without the hassle of complicated software or the cost of a professional videographer. There’s no software to download, and no new skills to learn. Simply pick a video template, then customize to suit your needs. When you’ve finished, you can download your video and share it on social media.
To add music to a video, all you have to do is open up your video in an editor, import your media and adjust the audio. Most tools allow you to edit the audio so that the music plays at different times in different sections of the video, or throughout the whole video.
The best video file formats are MP4, which allows for high quality and smaller file sizes; AVI, which uses less compression and permits larger file sizes; WMV for Windows applications; and MKV, which incorporates audio, video and subtitles into a single file.
Upload your video file into an editing software program and go through the editing features: trim, resize, filter, title, motion. Think about length, audio quality and color, perspective and pacing, background music, intros and outros. Invite others to collaborate on the editing process.