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The end credits often have two columns. The left column allows you to enter the name of the character or the technicians function and the right column displays the actors or technicians name. For this type of display, title editors have a built in tab function to align columns. But the Studio Ultimate title editor does not have this feature. By following this tutorial, you may be able to nevertheless make a tabbed title without the Tab key.

Our tutorial : "[ A Multi-Column Credits Title Without the Tab Function ]"

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