The quickest approach that comes to mind is
a. create 3 separate titles in the Titler (Text Menu/New Text/Default Text)....
food, goes on Video 4
routes, goes on Video 3
hostels, goes on Video 2
Arrange them so that when viewed they are viewed as
b. Move hostels (Video 2) to where you want it to start in relation to
"Today I am going to talk about travelling in the North of Scotland and give advice on how to get by. I will talk about the best value hostels " - the word 'hostels' appears first at the top right of the screen
Move routes (Video 3) to where you want it to start in relation to
"I will describe the best routes to take" - the word 'routes' now appears under the the word 'hostels'
Move food (4) to where you want it to start in relation to
"And finally, I will describe the best places to eat traditional Scottish cuisine" - the word 'food' now appears under 'routes'.
c. When all that is done to this stage, it might look like this...
Now to arrange and drag out track content so that we see
then hostels + routes
then hostel + routes + food
when they are supposed to appear in conjunction with the video's dialog.
The final workspace should look like
Please give this a try. And, do not hesitate to let me know if you need clarification on anything described.
We will be watching for your results.
Thanks! That's done the trick and was very simple. Very similar to editing sound tracks - quite new to video editing in adobe but trying to get serious
Thanks for all the helpful images you copied in as well - I couldn't find any documentation on adding video tracks or in using expert mode.
If anyone like me is new to adobe premiere elements, I found a tutorial on youtube that used video tracks in expert mode https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMFGWNFYrbA
Thanks for the follow up and the good news that the suggestion worked for you.
Please never hesitate to ask questions or to ask for clarification. As always, glad for the
opportunity to be of assistance.