This is a great inspiration, on how to do it.
I am getting the text to come out of the book (Using a static "Picture" of the text, with a transparent background, created in Photoshop.). The effect is much better, but I am still struggling to get the text to be a rolling one instead of static.
Thanks for the inspiration.
Thanks for the reply and exploring the ideas in the link.
Could you give more detail to the effect that you seek.
Given you want the text to come out of the book....when the text comes out of the book what is its relationship to the book and the reader....text now viewed "outside the book" and sitting there....how many lines of text are involved....endless or with fixed number of lines?
Do want the text to roll out of the book or come out static and then roll?
It is actually a circus performance, but as modern performance acts. The Little Mermaid is divided into 6 parts, so there are 5 different "speaks" (Storytelling) in between.
In addition it is a young girl who speaks with a lot of background noise, so it is quite difficult to hear.
Therefor the text has to be readable while she is speaking. Moreover the contents vary from 2 lines with 6 Words to 7 lines with 32 Words.
So I imagine the 2 first lines of the text coming flying out of the book. Then stops approx. in the middle of the screen, in a readable size and then the rest of the text rolls by as the storyteller speaks.
(And the maybe the last 2 lines stops and flies back into the book. )
Thanks for the details.
I think that the idea could be developed for Premiere Elements based on the principles in that perspective blog plus a little something extra which would come to mind when a technical road needed paving with imagination and manipulation of techniques.
Something like that needs a block of time to work through the details. I am not sure when and if I would have that block of time to customize steps for you to follow. But if, in the near future I get some spare time, I will look into this idea further. A while back I did a how to on pages moving in a book, but everything stayed in the book in that one. But, lots of details.
Perhaps, to be continued...