I realize the subtitle in the linked clip, below, is very basic, but I'm new at Premiere and have been asked to duplicate the essence of it for a project. That being the case, I'm wondering if somebody might be able to direct me to a tutorial which would allow me to produce more or less the same result.
Thanks for you help.
And here's some documentation:
Premiere Pro CS5-CS6 Reference
(.pdf 12 MB download)
Thanks for the reply. However, I'm really looking to have the text appear as the bar scrolls along the page, as in the example. Do I need a mask? An alpha channel? I've tried a number of things and nothing is working. Other than that, I've 'created' the lower third but when the bar scrolols across, the entire title is visible. I want it to appear as if it's being revealed by the scrolling of the bar.
I'm really looking to have the text appear as the bar scrolls along the page, as in the example.
Set up your title (including the transparent bar) in the titler,
then use a wipe transition.
Generally, the term 'subtitle' is used to describe
on-screen text that mirrors the spoken words.
What you are doing is simply referred to as a 'title'.
Why are you giving up?
Open the titler.
Create a transparent rectangle.
Add your text on top of the rectangle
Save your new title.
Add the new title to the timeline.
Add a wipe transition to the beginning of the title.
I must be an idiot. My title is three separate text layers created in photoshop but I could easily combine that to one. I just thought it might give me more versatility and font selection. At any rate, I applied a wipe to one of those layers and nothing happened so I'm clearly not doing something right.
My title is three separate text layers created in photoshop but I could easily combine that to one.
Either do that, then add the wipe transition to the collapsed .psd,
or compose the title in Premiere as described above.
Or, use an animated crop as Dr. Jimmy suggests.
(is it Dr. Jimmy or Mr. Jim?)