YouTube end screen, also known as YouTube outro, YouTube end card or YouTube endslate, is placed at the end of your videos to encourage viewers to subscribe to your channel and watch more of your videos.
YouTube End Screens Made Easy with Fotor’s YouTube Outro Maker
Have no idea how to create an eye-catching end screen that stands out? We’ve got you covered. Simply choose a YouTube endslate template from our template library and customize it to your liking using our built-in design tools. With just a few simple clicks, you will be able to make a professional-looking end screen that matches your aesthetic and branding needs.
Here are dimensions for YouTube end screen and end screen elements:
Creating a YouTube end screen is a breeze with Fotor’s online YouTube end screen maker. You don’t need design experience or download any design software. Here’s how:
Go to www.fotor.com, click “Create a design” button on the homepage, then search for the “YouTube End Screen” template layout to get started.
Browse a large library of ready-to-use end screen templates or type some keywords on the search bar to quickly find a specific type of templates you’re looking for. Once you find the perfect template, just click on it to start customizing.
Fill in all the information you want to display on the end screen. Add your channel name, a thank you note, call to action wording, a reminder to subscribe you, social media, and the videos or playlists you want the viewers to watch
Add your personal flair to the end card template by using handy online design tools. Experiment with different fonts or colors, change backgrounds, rearrange layouts and much more. In addition, Fotor comes with tons of photos, illustrations, icons, stickers and effects to help spice your design up even more.
When you finish designing, download it to your computer and add it at the end of your video using your video editing software. Adjust the length of your end screen- it can be between 5 to 20 seconds. Then when you upload the video to YouTube you will see an “End Screen" option and that's where you can add end screen elements. Add and arrange the elements to fit your end screen just right. When you’re finished, go ahead and publish your video on YouTube.