The first step to create a voice over is to have your script ready. In this video, we will explore the 3 ways of importing your script into the Studio.
The 3 ways to import your script are:
- Typing your script
- Copy Pasting
- Importing a script file
Typing your script:
Creating a voice over is a breeze when you type your script directly into the blocks of the Studio. This method offers flexibility and control over the content, allowing you to make changes and edits as needed. Plus, it's a clear and concise way to organise your script, making it easy to keep track of your progress. By typing directly in the Studio, you'll be able to produce a professional and polished voice over in no time!
Don't forget to take advantage of the shortcuts available to simplify your script creation!
Copy and paste can be a helpful way to import your script quickly and easily. If you've wish to use the content from a webpage, pdf or any other file, you can easily copy the text and paste it into the Studio blocks. This method can save you time by allowing you to avoid retyping your script.
After pasting your script, a Paste Preference screen will appear, giving you the opportunity to structure your script according to your specific needs. For a more detailed explanation, be sure to check out our Script Structuring video.
Importing a script file
If you've already written a script and saved it as a Word or text file, or have a subtitle file you'd like to use, no problem! You can easily import it directly into the Studio and get started on previewing and fine-tuning your voiceover to your liking.
After importing your script, an Import Preference screen will appear, giving you the opportunity to structure your script according to your specific needs. For a more detailed explanation, be sure to check out our Script Structuring video.