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Working with Titles

  • You can create Titles in the Titler window, or import Photoshop files
  • Styles give you a quick way to set multiple attributes of your title text
  • Simple shapes and logos are also available to use for your graphics
  • A lower-third is used for identification of either a person, place or event
    • Fills the lower third of the screen
  • Rolling text rolls either up or down the screen
  • Crawling text goes from right to left or vice versa along the (usually) bottom of the screen
  • Saving Styles allows you to keep a consistent look if you are creating a series of videos

Working with Titles

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Working with Titles 0:07
    • Video Typography Definitions
    • The Titler Window
    • Creating and Modifying Titles
    • Using Styles
    • Shapes and Logos
    • Making a Lower Third
    • Rolling and Crawling Text
    • Saving Your Style