How to Add Stickers to Videos on Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android

This guide covers the free and easy solutions to adding stickers to videos on devices including Windows 10/11, Mac, iPhones, and Android phones.

Friday March 4, 2022 11:06 AM PDT by Karen Greene
How to Add Stickers to Video

How to Add Stickers to Video

People love funny stickers and emojis on social media yet few of us have thought about adding them to videos until we see this awesome combination on YouTube.

In our earlier post, we’ve introduced the methods to add emojis to videos. And here in this post, we’ll discuss how to add funny or cute stickers to video footage you’re in possession of. In that way, your video clips will seem more hilarious or lovely, and would be perfect for sharing with your friends and family. I will introduce the free and easy methods to add stickers to videos that work on Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android. Additionally, three best free video sticker editors will be covered, please read on to learn more.

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How to Add Stickers to Videos on Windows 10 and Windows 11

To add stickers to videos on Windows, I recommend you give the best free Windows video sticker editor: FilmForth a try. FilmForth is the best free video editor for Windows, it’s simple and intuitive, and doesn’t have watermarks in its exports.

It’s loaded with thousands of eye-catchy stickers, hit the download button below to get it from Microsoft store and see for yourself!

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Step 1. Create a Project in FilmForth

To get started, make sure that FilmForth is fully installed. To put stickers on videos with FilmForth, launch FilmForth from Windows start menu, and then hit New Project button in the program.

Create a new project

Create a new project

Step 2. Import Video Clips into FilmForth

Drag and drop the files into the program, or click ADD VIDEO/PHOTO CLIPS button, to load multiple video clips that you want to add stickers to, and you’ll be led to the video editing workplace.

Load Media Files into the Program

Load Media Files into the Program

Step 3. Go to Sticker Library in FimForth

Hit to select the added video in the timeline, and hit the Add button, then Add GIFs/Stickers to go to the stickers library.

Go to FilmForth Stickers Library

Go to FilmForth Stickers Library

Step 4. Add Stickers to Videos with FilmForth

From the Stickers section, click a preferred sticker to put onto your video, and then you can drag and drop the sticker or its border to customize its placement and size.

Here you can also add animation overlays to videos.

Add Stickers to Videos

Add Stickers to Videos

Step 5. Save and Export Videos

Hit the backspace button from the lower-left side to finish adding stickers. When editing and adding stickers, you can always hit the play button to preview your work in the upper window. When ready, hit the Save Video button from the lower-right side to export the sticker video.

Save and Export Sticker Video

Save and Export Stickers Video

How to Add Stickers to Videos on Mac PC and Laptop

If you don’t have a Windows PC, and you’re on a Mac, there’s still a good option for you to add stickers to videos. The second great video sticker editor is iMovie, the free video editing application already installed on your Mac PC and laptop, it can be used to conduct basic video editing purposes like adding text to videos.

By default, you can easily find it from your Mac home screen.

  1. Launch iMovie from your Mac PC or laptop.
  2. Drag and drop the files into the program or click the Import Media button to add video clips.
  3. Tap on the Edi tab and go to Emoji & Symbols, then a box will pop up for you to add stickers and emojis to videos.
  4. When ready, hit the share button to export the sticker videos from iMovie.
Add Stickers to Video with iMovie

Add Stickers to Video with iMovie

How to Add Stickers to Videos on iPhone and Android Phones

After introducing the methods to add stickers to videos on Windows and Mac, here comes the methods that work on your mobile phones. For this, what we need is an application called KineMaster, a popular video editing app and video sticker editor that is compatible with both iOS and Android.

To get started, search for KineMaster in Google/Apple app store and download it on your iPhone or Android phone. To demonstrate, the following steps and screenshots are based on KineMaster on Android.

  1. Launch KineMaster app on your iOS or Android phone.
  2. Hit the movie button in the middle to create a new project, then select an aspect ratio.
  3. Hit the Media button to import the video into KineMaster.
  4. Hit the Layer option button and then Text.
  5. Choose a preferred sticker from all given layer options, and drag and drop to customize the size and positioning of the added stickers.
  6. Tap the share button to the right to save and export the sticker video.
Add Stickers to Videos with KineMaster

Add Stickers to Videos with KineMaster

To Sum Up

That’ll be all three solutions to adding stickers to videos on Windows 10, Windows 11, Mac PC and laptop, iPhone, and Andriod smartphones. I hope you have learned the method, if no, don’t hesitate to leave us a comment below! Additionally, all the given methods are completely free, so don’t forget to give them a try after reading this post!

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Karen is a professional writer with a background in column writing who enjoys resolving complex topics and explaining them in interesting ways.

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