Add Custom FONT in CapCut [App + PC] 2023

Custom fonts can make your videos stand out and appear more professional. They allow you to add a unique touch to your video editing projects.

Fortunately, CapCut, a popular video editing software, enables you to use custom fonts in your videos.

In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of adding custom fonts to CapCut on your PC. Whether you want to add Hindi, Urdu, Malayalam, Sinhala, or any other font, the steps remain the same.

Steps to Add Custom Fonts in CapCut PC

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  1. Download Your Desired Font:
    To get started, you’ll need to download the custom font you want to use. A great website for free fonts is Dafont. Simply visit Dafont and browse through the extensive collection of fonts. Once you’ve found the font you like, click the “Download” button.
  2. Install the Font on Your Windows PC:
    After downloading the font, locate the downloaded file (usually in your Downloads folder). Right-click on the font file and select “Install.” Windows will install the font for you.
  3. Restart CapCut:
    To ensure that CapCut recognizes the newly installed font, it’s a good idea to restart the application.
  4. Access Custom Fonts in CapCut:
    Open your CapCut project, and when you want to apply the custom font, click on the text element you want to modify. In the text editing options, you should now see the custom font [system fonts] you installed listed among the available font choices.
  5. Apply the Custom Font:
    Select the custom font from the list, and your text will be updated with the chosen font style.

How to Add Custom Fonts in CapCut App

Adding custom fonts in the CapCut mobile app is a slightly different process:

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  1. Open Your Editing Project: Launch the CapCut app and open the editing project where you want to add a custom font.
  2. Add Text: Tap on the “Text” menu to add a text element to your project.
  3. Type Your Text: Enter the desired text you want to use.
  4. Access Font Menu: In the text editing options, locate the font menu.
  5. Add Custom Font: Tap on the current font and then tap the plus (+) button to add a custom font.
  6. Upload Font File: Locate and select the font file that you want to use. This font file should be on your device.
  7. Choose the Font: Once you’ve uploaded the font file, tap on it to select it as your custom font.
  8. Apply and Finish: Your custom font is now applied to your text. You can adjust the size, color, and other text settings as desired.
  9. Save and Share: After making all the necessary edits, save your project and share it as desired.

That’s it! You’ve successfully added a custom font to your CapCut project.

Adding custom fonts to CapCut can significantly enhance the visual appeal of your videos. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you’ll have the creative freedom to use a wide variety of fonts to make your videos truly unique and engaging.


  1. Can I use any font I find on the internet?
    Yes, you can use any font you find online as long as it’s free for personal and commercial use.
  2. Can I add multiple custom fonts to CapCut?
    Absolutely, you can install and use multiple custom fonts in CapCut.
  3. Do custom fonts slow down the video editing process?
    No, custom fonts should not significantly impact the editing performance in CapCut.
  4. Can I use custom fonts for subtitles and captions in CapCut?
    Yes, you can use custom fonts for subtitles and captions to make them more appealing.
  5. Are custom fonts available for both PC and mobile versions of CapCut?
    Yes, you can use custom fonts on both the PC and mobile versions of CapCut.
  6. Do I need an internet connection to access custom fonts in CapCut?
    No, once you’ve installed a custom font, you can use it offline in CapCut.
  7. Are there any copyright issues with using custom fonts?
    Always check the licensing terms of the fonts you download to ensure you have the right to use them in your projects, especially for commercial purposes.

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