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Position of crawling title in Studio

Position of crawling title in Studio By Jan Molenaar - Last updated on Saturday, January 14, 2012
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Category: Studio 1-15 Tutorials / Edition  -  Previous tutorials
Published on Saturday, January 19, 2008
Created on Thursday, December 13, 2007 1:36 PM
 

Crawling titles don't have to be only at the bottom of the screen. It is somewhat hidden in the English manual (page 88).

Crawling titles (titles, which appear going from the right-hand side to the left-hand side of the screen) are definitely not locked to the bottom of the screen. When you are in TitleDeko press the Alt-button and at the same time use your cursor up or down buttons and you can place the title on any place on the screen.


With Studio 9, when you press the "Scrolling" button, the cursor position of the title stays in the upper part of the screen. Inserting a scrolling title in Studio 9
With Alt and up-arrow, you can go up the slider. (and don't be afraid move it off the screen ...) Upon pressing the first letter you can see the position of your new title. Then adjust your height. Changing the position of insertion of a title scrolling in Studio 9
With Studio 10, when you press the "Scrolling" button, the cursor position of the title stays in the lower part of the screen. Inserting a scrolling title in Studio 10

With Alt and up-arrow, you can move the cursor to the desired position.

Changing the position of insertion of a title scrolling in Studio 10

With Studio 11 and Studio 12, it works the same way.

A tip from Le Papy:

With Studio 12, the handling is slightly different. It is possible to put the title at the bottom or at the top of the screen.

It requires that you:

  • Create an overlay title,
  • Select the horizontal scrolling and enter the title,
  • Then click on scrolling vertical that makes up the title in the center,
  • Click on title to horizontal scrolling... which fits the title in the top left,
  • Now, if you really want to put the title in the middle, position the cursor at the begining of the title, and move up or down the title with the "Alt" key pressed and using arrow key UP or DOWN.

Finally, you can even add some steps. Watch the video below ...

Place the cursor before the word you want to move up or down, and use the "Alt" key, press the "Up arrow" and/or "Down arrow" as described above. You must apply this before the text is automatically sent to the next line.

And if you wish to modify the text color (depending of the background used), it is also possible !

Text adapted to the release of Studio 10 / Studio 11 / Studio 12 by Le Papy. Thanks to Mr. Jos Roijakkers JR-VIDEO) and grendet for english adaptation, Loosecannon for fine tuning.

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Jim from Jersey By # Jim from Jersey @ Sunday, January 20, 2008 9:32 AM
Thank You Very Much.

 
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