How to edit a style and save it?

How to edit a style and save it?

You can style every scene in the video as per your branding needs. Follow these simple steps:
  1. Click on the text box on the scene.
  2. The Toolbar will show up right above the scene - where you can make necessary changes
  3. The changes made are saved at each step.
  4. To apply the custom style to all the scenes in your project -> Click on Apply to all.
  5. To Save this style for future projects -> Click on Save as Style.
  6. Enter a name to the style for your reference. Click on Save.
  7. The custom style will be saved under My Styles
  8. To have this style on your custom template, click on Add to Template and also have a name to the template for your reference.

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