Snowflakes is a stylish Holiday theme - designed to easily make greetings people will remember.
Photos are full screen, with simple transitions, text comes over snow crystals... with 3 available styles.
Snowflakes packs plenty of special features: 3 different visual styles, special options for Text Slides and Captions, and special Custom Transitions.
There are 3 visual styles in Snowflakes: Snowflakes Day, Snowflakes Night and Snowflakes Fizz. Each style uses different colors for text, backgrounds and transitions, make sure to try them all! Click on Project Settings to change the style Variation.
Another special feature of Snowflakes are the 4 Holiday themed custom transitions. These transitions will show stylish snowflakes animated between photos and videos. Click Add More to add a Custom Transition, then double-click the Custom Transition to change its style.
There are two ways you can add text to a Snowflakes video: Title Slides that show text on its own, or Captions to show text on top of photos. In Snowflakes you also have options to position the text in your Title Slide or Caption.
To add a Title Slide, click on Add More in the top-right corner of the editor.
If you double-click a Title Slide, you will be able to position it either in the Center or in the Bottom Right corner. Title Slides show 1 line of red text, up to 25 characters long.
To add a Caption on top of a photo, video or map: open the menu for that item and selectAdd Text.
If you double-click a photo Caption, you have 4 styling options: white text in a lower-third - centered or aligned to the left - or as a Title Slide with red text in the center of the screen or in the bottom-left corner. Captions will show 1 line of text, with up to 40 characters in lower-third mode, and up to 25 characters in Title Slide mode.
Snowflakes lets you choose the overall speed of your videos by setting how long you want photos to be shown for. By default, Snowflakes shows each photo - or map or text slide - for about 5 seconds. You can give your video a faster pace with 3 seconds per photo, or a slower pace with 7 seconds per photo.
To change the overall pace of your video, click on Project Settings and select a different Pace, you can choose between Slow, Normal and Fast. This trick works with most themes.