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How to Change Capitalization in Wondershare Filmora

by Yaron Elharar (@YaronElharar)

If you’re tired of the tedious task of manually changing text capitalization in Wondershare Filmora, you’re in for a treat. Our article will introduce you to a method that’s not just easy, but surprisingly straightforward. Dive in to transform your text editing experience in Filmora and say goodbye to the hassle of manual adjustments. 

What Is Wondershare Filmora?

Wondershare Filmora that’s usually used by YouTubers and content creators. It’s known for being user-friendly and offering a range of creative tools that make video editing accessible, even for those without professional editing experience. With Filmora, users can easily cut, edit, merge, and enhance videos, add special effects, text, and transitions, and perform color grading. It’s an ideal choice for people who want to create high-quality videos for personal projects, social media, or YouTube channels, but prefer a simpler, more intuitive interface than professional-grade software.

Change Capitalization in Wondershare Filmora

Built-in Ways to Change Capitalization in Wondershare Filmora 

Although Wondershare Filmora has many text-editing features, it doesn’t have a tool for changing text capitalization. However, not all is lost; you still have two options beside rewriting the text manually. You can use a word processor like Microsoft Word to change the case of text in your Filmora project. Or, change it directly in place using the free version of AnyCase App. First, let’s start with the Microsoft Word option:

  1. Open Microsoft Word and type or paste the text you want to use in your Filmora project.
  2. Select the text and use the ‘Change Case’ feature in Word (found under the ‘Home’ tab) to convert the text to your desired case.
  3. Copy the modified text from Word.
  4. In Filmora, open the text editing panel where you want to insert your text.
  5. Paste the text from Word. The text will retain the case formatting you applied in Word.

While using Microsoft Word to change text capitalization in Wondershare Filmora projects works, using AnyCase can offer a more efficient experience.

How to Change Case in Wondershare Filmora Directly In-Place

Despite the absence of a built-in feature for direct text case conversion in Wondershare Filmora, AnyCase App, designed for Windows, integrates with Filmora to enable easy text case conversion directly in editable fields. Here is a step by step guide To convert case directly in Filmora:

  1. Download and install AnyCase App on your Windows computer.
  2. Open your Filmora project and navigate to the text you want to change.
  3. Select the Text you wish to convert, and use one of AnyCase’s conversion options.
  4. The selected text in Filmora will instantly change to the chosen case style.
  5. Done

For even faster conversion you can use AnyCase Default shortcuts from the table, or select your own custom shortcuts that best fit your needs

Filmora users love AnyCase App here are some reasons why

Changes Text Capitalization in Different Fields: This function is invaluable for titles, subtitles, and text overlays in Filmora. Whether you’re creating opening titles, closing credits, or text annotations in your videos, AnyCase’s ability to quickly adjust text capitalization ensures that your text maintains a professional and consistent appearance.

Custom Word Capitalization: Tailor your text precisely with AnyCase’s Custom Word Capitalization feature. It allows you to set specific capitalization for brand names, technical terms, or any unique words in your Filmora projects, ensuring they are always presented correctly.

Quick Replace Functionality: AnyCase’s Quick Replace feature is a game-changer for editing text in Filmora. Instantly swap characters or words, like replacing all spaces with underscores or hyphens, streamlining the formatting process in your video captions and titles.

Multiple Text Case Conversion Methods: AnyCase App offers diverse methods for text case conversion, including shortcuts, context menus, and its main program window. This versatility means you can efficiently convert text cases in Filmora, whether it’s uppercase, lowercase, title case, or sentence case, suiting different parts of your video like titles, subtitles, and credits.

Filmora and Other Windows Applications: Beyond Filmora, AnyCase App’s versatility extends to numerous applications frequently used by video editors. Start converting case across countless Windows programs. Wherever you need to convert case, AnyCase App has your back.

In conclusion, AnyCase App fills a crucial gap in Wondershare Filmora by providing a quick, in-place option for text case conversion — a functionality notably absent in Filmora. This capability is especially valuable for video editors who frequently need to adjust text capitalization for titles, subtitles, and other on-screen text. By integrating AnyCase, Filmora users gain an efficient tool to enhance their editing workflow, making text case adjustments both effortless and instantaneous. AnyCase App is thus an essential addition for anyone looking to streamline their video editing process in Filmora.

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