Create a custom video intro by using a design program such as Adobe Photoshop to make graphics with text relevant to your project, then animating it using video editing software such as Adobe Premiere. Alternately, use an online tool such as FlixPress or Vipid to make one from a template.
Many video editing programs contain features that enable you to move various elements across the screen, either with preset motion effects or with custom movement through the use of keyframes on the movie time line. While it is possible to make a custom video intro using your existing footage and the editing software's text options, these may appear similar to other videos due to the restrictions of the programs. Creating your own backgrounds, graphics and images in a design program ensures a higher level of uniqueness and allows for more control in the design process. Import these graphics as you would a video clip, then use the tools and effects of the editing software to add motion and create an animated intro.
Online tools such as those on FlixPress.com and iVipid.com allow you to choose from various template themes and customize specific fields. Begin by choosing a template from the available options, then customize the open fields. In many cases, templates provide a section for entering in your own text, though some also allow for a custom image as well. Export the file from the site, then import it into your editing software to use it.