My question: is there any way to animate such text properties of the title like "font size", "fill type", "color of the fill", animate gradient/transparency property of the fill?
I searched for different video tutorials and title-maikng tutorials in the internet but without any luck.
All I know about animating titles is moving/rotating, adding some animateable video effects, adjusting transparency of the whole title, but I have never heard about the possibility of changing text color in time.
For example, in a first frame I want my text in a title to be white/solid fill, then in a frame 100 it got to be filled with a blue-to-red gradient, and then in a frame 200 I want again return to the solid fill with white color.
Can I animate these text properties in Adobe Premiere? Thanks in advance!
I really need to know it, if someone have good links with info about animating titles please post them.
There will be some limitations, but you can Keyframe various aspects of your Title, Copy that (New From Existing, or similar syntax), then Keyframe the copy and make changes to it, as desired. Use a Transition between the two, or three, or ?
Programs/plug-ins like Bluff Titler, and ProDAD, probably do an easier job.
As Josh points out, you can use Photoshop and do Layer Comps with the changes in place. Again, your choice of Transitions will go a long way to making it look smooth and fluid.
After Effects can also do this, but its learning curve is a bit steep.