You can use Clipchamp's brand kit feature to store your brand's go-to fonts, colors, and logos. It's the key to keeping your videos consistent, organized, and on-brand, no matter the size of your company.
All you have to do is set your brand fonts, colors, and logos, then easily apply them to any video within our online video editor.
Learn how to set your personalized brand fonts, colors, and logos below.
Where to find the brand kit?
In Clipchamp’s video editor, your brand kit is accessible on the homepage.
You can also access the brand kit from inside the video editor on the left sidebar.
How to add branding to the brand kit
Step 1. Create your brand kit from the homepage
To set your brand kit, upgrade your Clipchamp account from free to the Essentials plan. You will be presented with three brand kit options - logos, fonts, and colors.
Step 2. Add logos
Click on add logos to upload your brand's logos.
Your computer files will automatically open. Simply upload your logo up to 10MB as a PNG, JPG, or SVG file and you can easily add it to any future videos. You can add multiple logos at once.
Step 3. Add fonts
In your brand kit, you can select as many brand fonts as you need. Click on Add a font button. A drop-down box will appear called Font 1.
You can edit the name of your font by clicking the pen and paper symbol next to Font 1. Delete the font by clicking on the trash can symbol.
Click on the down arrow to open all the font options. Scroll through our font library, then click on your desired font to add to your brand kit.
Step 4. Add custom fonts
We understand many brands use their own unique fonts. Luckily, in the brand kit, you can upload custom fonts from your computer.
Click on the down arrow to open all the font options. Click on the first option Upload a font.
You'll then see a module where you can drag and drop your custom font, or click browse files to locate one on your computer.
Once you've selected your custom font, check the box that verifies you have the correct font license, then click add to the brand kit.
Your custom font should now be in your font library. Click your custom font to add it to your brand kit.
Step 5. Add colors
Click the Add palette button. A drop-down box will appear with a + symbol in a box called palette 1.
It's easy to select colors using our color picker, or if you've already chosen your fave shades, just copy and paste their hex codes into the search bar.
Your brand kit now should look a little something like this.
How to use the brand kit in the video editor
Step 1. Locate your new brand kit in the editor
You will now be able to find your brand kit ready to use in the editor. You can further edit your brand kit within the brand kit tab.
Step 2. How to use brand kit assets after set up
Now that your brand kit is set up, let's use it in our video editor.
Adding brand logo: Drag and drop your logo onto the timeline. You can move your logo freely around the video preview to change its position. Use the Transform, Filters, Adjust colors, and Fade tabs to edit your logo’s location, size, and appearance. You can turn your logo into a watermark by adjusting the opacity of your logo.
Changing color: Click on the Colors tab above the video preview to add your brand kit colors. Next, click on your brand kit color to change your text color.
Changing font: Click on the Text tab on the left sidebar. Drag and drop a title onto the timeline.
Click on the Text tab above the video preview, then click on the font drop-down box. You will see your brand kit font at the top of the drop-down box. Click on your brand kit font.
Who can use brand kits?
The brand kit feature is exclusively available to Essentials plan subscribers. The Essentials plan is perfect for everyday editors looking to enhance their videos. The Essentials plan includes watermark-free exports in up to 1080p resolution, access to the premium video, audio, and image stock library, premium filters, effects, the brand kit, and content backup. The brand kit will not be available for free Clipchamp users.
Try out our brand kit feature
Ready to get started? Head straight to Clipchamp to try it out for yourself: