Hi. I am a newbie hier. I noticed your tutorials which are really helpful (except one- YT movie is being blocked in Germany because of music used there... Germany is a strange country;)))
I wanted to ask you if you have any tutorial on how to create stunning floating text effects. This is exactly what I need most now... that within my movie texts appear, disappear, float and so on....
Do you have/know any good tutorial ?
I am talking about Video Deluxe Premium
I don't have or know of any tutorial specifically on 'stunning text effects'. But if you learn the basic techniques of fades, transitions and key frame animation then you should be able to create a wide variety of them.
Study those basics in the Help or the PDF manual and by browsing (and searching) the Q&A and Forum sections of this site. Then if you need more detailed help post your question carefully, with details of exacty what you want to achieve, preferably with a screenshot of an example.
Which tutorial is inaccessible to you? I'll see if I can upload or send it to you.
I am just in the test phase, having bought my Movie Edit Pro 2013 and I'm hoping I can do more with the titles. Other software I've used have had title templates, colourful, graded colours, etc. I can't seem to find any 'interesting' title presets.
I would like to...say...have the word Holiday, in two or three graded colours, and with a shadow or glo, then move off. I hope there's presets /templates for this kind of thing. ?
I went to Catooh, but seems they allcost$ maybe when I activate after trial version, there'll be more??
Apart from gradient text you can achieve all the others with the standard Title Editor. Here are some examples to get you started:
More dramatic titles (including animation) can be created with the X3D option:
In this final example I've made an X3D title and then opened Video effects > Art filter and draggged the Substitution slider:
It's pretty quiet here in Tutorilals (last post on this one was nearly 6 months ago). So if you have more questions after experimenting, it's probably best to raise them in the Forum or Q&A. That way others can both contribute and learn.