You’re looking for great font subtitles for your videos ? Checksub presents you its top 10 of the best fonts available on the internet
Do you want to create a video for a large audience? The choice of subtitle font is then decisive.
Clear and readable text indications, that are pleasing and comfortable to the eye, help make your content more accessible and engaging. By adapting to the tone, colors, and mood of your video, they can make your video an appealing visual experience.
Here is the list of the clearest and most aesthetic subtitle fonts to help you unlock your content’s potential. Have a good read! 😎
To start the top, here are the must-have fonts, the cream of the crop, the long-proven kings of text editors. 😮
Let’s take a look!
The most widespread font in the world. It’s a generic sans serif style that adapts to any type of support. Even if it may seem quite banal to our tired eyes, it is very effective in making your tutorial and presentation videos accessible. But, if you want a more original subtitle style, there are other choices out there.
Official Google subtitle fonts, our eyes are largely accustomed to the roundness and simplicity of Roboto’s outlines. Most web interfaces have adopted it for its readability and optimal finesse, making your content readable to everyone. Suited for long and elaborate texts, you can use them for your company presentations and animations. Otherwise, more original formats are available.
Created by a designer from the famous British magazine The Times, Times New Roman is another classic that hasn’t lost a wrinkle. It has a genuine and elegant style all of its own. Sophisticated yet familiar in its general use, it shows also great readability. You can definitely use it for your reports and conferences of all kinds.
Tiresias is the typeface invented by the Royal National Institute of Blind People for vision-impaired people. Generalized by the BBC in its broadcasts, it is very readable and pleasing to the eye. It will enhance your discussions and conference videos very well.
Now, these types of fonts are remarkable for the more modern and younger style they display. Their singular format differentiates them from more traditional fonts.
Very popular among media and companies, Helvetica combines the simplicity of tradition with the elegance of modernity. Brands often use it to compose the logo of their companies and give them a slight touch of originality. Its full and concrete style is very readable and is well suited to corporate videos that want to express fresh energy.
Inspired by the Bauhaus style of the 1920s, Futura carries a vision of progress and innovation. With its geometrical and atypical shapes, it is a sans-serif font that can give you a very futuristic look for your promotional videos
Verdana was invented by a Microsoft designer and aimed to improve reading on small screens. So its more condensed and tight style allows it to leave more space for content. Technologically appealing, it can go very well with your reports and documentaries.
Let me introduce you to choices closer to our time. They will bring a touch of freshness to your videos while providing optimal ergonomics and aesthetics.
From a more humanistic design perspective, Antique-Olive stands out for its readability and clarity. Showing a more pronounced personality than a classic style, it expresses a more up-to-date aesthetic. Adopt this font for video content that you want to make accessible to everyone.
Used by Apple for many years, Myriad has an effective and elegant style intended for a wide and connoisseur public. Of a rather neutral reading, it expresses the simplicity of its personality on all video interfaces. Use it as an original alternative to more classic fonts.
The last font of our top is also the most modern and original. Invented as masculine, strong, and reliable design, its very clear personality catch directly the eyes of the viewer. Quite often used in movies, you can use it for short films and more impactful videos.
With so many choices, we’ll grant you that it’s easy to get lost!
Let’s give some advice to select the best font for your subtitles.
First, you need to match it to the target audience and the tone of your video. Is your content more aimed at a large audience, potential customers, customers who need to be informed? ? Is it more formal, dynamic, colorful, humorous?
All these questions will help you to define the style best suited to your situation and the personality you want to express. Some fonts such as Myriad or Futura have a more pronounced character that can help you stand out on the internet while keeping real readability.
Scrupulously analyze our top to find the style that suits you best!
With a subtitle editor, you can customize the position and appearance of the subtitles in your video.
You can enlarge the font size, add outlines and shadows on the letters, and move conveniently the position of the subtitles in your video.
We advise you to look at the software manuals on the internet to know exactly how to modify and apply changes to the subtitles of your video.
However, there are several precautions to take when changing the style of your subtitles:
Test a number of combinations to find the right one!
At Checksub, we’ve worked on a subtitle add-on that displays the subtitle font and styles you want. You just have to set up Checksub add-on on your browser, turn it on YouTube or Netflix web page, and choose your subtitle style. You can select among all Google fonts available. Try it out to find new visual inspirations!
Go here to test it.
For the past 4 years, we at Checksub have been working on the most practical subtitling solution for video creators and media. Thanks to this tool, you can generate subtitles on your video in less than 10 minutes.
If we don’t have a wide choice of fonts yet, you can at least rely on an efficient subtitle style whose readability and aesthetics have nothing more to prove.
Our solution combines some of the newest technologies in the market :
If you want to add subtitles to your video, you may try it for free!
And, otherwise, that’s it for me. See you!