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Top 7 Gaming Intro Maker for Windows or Mac PC

In today’s digital world, gaming is no longer seen as just another hobby. Pro gamers see this as a profession, and people spend hours watching the games played by such players. If you are a professional gamer, then you need to go beyond playing the game and come up with attractive videos that hold the viewer’s attention.  You also need to know how to create intro video in a manner that will have the viewer glued to the screen for more.

Understand that the average gaming enthusiast has a dwindling attention span, and if you want your video to appeal to them, you must come up with a gripping intro. Without that, your viewer will scroll past your content and look for other videos. Now, there are hundreds of intro-making tools available in the digital world and not all of them are ideal for your gaming videos. To help you in your search, here are the six best gaming intro-making tools.

InVideo

invideo

If you are looking for a free intro-making tool for your professional gaming videos, InVideo should be your go-to option. Here, there are hundreds of intro-making templates, and you need to choose one that is in sync with the theme of your gaming video. You then get a host of personalization options. By altering the background, color schemes, adding texts, altering their fonts and styles, you can customize your video to your taste.

InVideo is one of the few editing tools that let you create multilingual intros. Thus, if the target audience of your gaming video speaks some language other than English, InVideo will be your perfect choice. InVideo also has one of the largest media libraries. This is an ideal choice for those who do not have their gaming brand logo and are keen to add stock images and music to the intro. Since InVideo is an online video editing tool, you can use it on any operating system.

Wondershare DemoCreator

Wondershare

The Wondershare DemoCreator is a screen-sharing app that comes with the option of adding captions, arrows, overlays, etc.  To create an intro with this tool, we suggest that you add colorful stickers to your screen recordings. That way, you will emphasize your ideas while ensuring an air of authenticity.

The Wondershare DemoCreator is available for both Windows and Mac OS and will allow you to cut, copy, fasten or slow a video. There is a free version of this tool that allows you to create intros. However, intros that are created in the free version come with a watermark. You can do away with it by opting for a license that is priced at $9.99 per month.

Movavi Video Editor Plus

Movavi

You can use the Movavi Video Editor Plus on both Windows and Mac OS. Here, you will have access to all the tools that you need to give a superior feel to your gaming intros. The tool has tons of built-in transitions that you can use when your intro has more than one shot. The preset titles and multiple filter options, lets you create a gaming intro in a few simple steps.

If you want to add music tracks or voice recordings in your intro, the straightforward user interface of Movavi will make it a cakewalk for you. The only shortcoming of this app is its color grading. You do not have the color wheel, vectorscope, or histogram. You can purchase the Movavi Video Editor Plus by paying a one-time fee of $59.95.

AVS Video Editor

AVS Editor Plus

If ease-of-use is your priority while choosing an intro for your gaming video, then you should consider the AVS Video Editor. It has an intuitive interface that lets you add text transitions, audio streams, and has a host of special effects for you to choose from. If you are a newbie to video editing, you can watch the video tutorials to understand the different layers of this video editing tool. That way, you will know how to cut, split, or trim your intro clips to perfection.

The shortcoming of this tool is that it does not allow multiple-track video editing. That way, you can use it only for your home gaming intro creation. AVS Video Editor is available for the Windows OS, and the paid version starts at $39.

Adobe After Effects

Adobe After Effects

If you are a proficient video editor and want to create studio-quality gaming videos, then Adobe After Effects is a perfect choice. It has some of the most advanced animations and designs, and you can use it on Mac, Linux, and Windows systems.

Adobe After Effects has advanced tools that let you create motion graphics and improve the aesthetic appeal of your video. The tool has a host of free templates, and if you need the advanced features to create professional-quality videos, we recommend that you go for the premium plans. The pricing of the premium plan starts at $19.99 per month when billed annually.

Cinema 4D

Cinema 4D

For those who intend to create professional movie-like gaming intros, Cinema 4D is a great tool. If you have prior experience in motion graphic editing or 3D animation, you can use this tool for building your intro from scratch. Cinema 4D has some of the best text fonts, styles, characters, and animation tools.

The interface of Cinema 4D is not targeted at beginners, and you may need some time to get used to it. The tool comes with a free trial and its subscriptions begin at $59.99 per month.

The tool is available for Mac, Ubuntu, and Windows users, who do not want to compromise the quality of their gaming intros.

Your editing proficiency is the primary factor that you should consider while choosing an intro-making tool. The operating system of your editing device is another deciding factor. Each of the six tools discussed above can create high-quality intros for different types of gaming videos. As you make your pick and establish your presence in the world of gaming videos, here’s wishing you the very best in your journey.

About the author

Jeff Peterson

Jeff is a tech geek whose hobby is to learn about the latest developments in the tech world. When he is not writing at techmused.com you may find him coding or playing his favorite video games

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