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Steve Grisetti wrote on 6/27/2020, 8:34 AM

You could combine a keyframed animation with a mask. Do you understand keyframing animation?

There are of course many ways to do this, but this method is pretty simple.

1. If so, create a Defaut Text title on your timeline. Customize the text, size and color.

2. Open Track Motion by selecting the option from the hamburger menu on the video track's Track Header. In Track Motion, set Position's X value to 250. (I'm assuming you're working in a 1920x1080 project.)

3. Open the Media Generator option panel for your title. Click the Animation button to open the Keyframe Controller for Location.

4. In the Keyframe Controller, set the initial Location to -1.00, 0.50. Then move the playhead a second or so to the right and set the Location to 0.50, 0.50.

As I said, there are many ways to do it, but this gets the effect across.

Jack S wrote on 6/27/2020, 10:25 AM

@candylovergirl I have Titler Pro 7 and this kind of title is very easy to do using this plugin. However, you can still do this in Movie Studio Platinum, as @Steve Grisetti has detailed. This is my attempt at it.

I wanted to include the project file but it's not allowed as an attachment. Follow Steve's instructions and see if you can come up with what you want. Otherwise, and if my method fits the bill, let me know and I'll see if I can knock up a quick tutorial.

 

candylovergirl wrote on 6/27/2020, 10:43 AM

You could combine a keyframed animation with a mask. Do you understand keyframing animation?

There are of course many ways to do this, but this method is pretty simple.

1. If so, create a Defaut Text title on your timeline. Customize the text, size and color.

2. Open Track Motion by selecting the option from the hamburger menu on the video track's Track Header. In Track Motion, set Position's X value to 250. (I'm assuming you're working in a 1920x1080 project.)

3. Open the Media Generator option panel for your title. Click the Animation button to open the Keyframe Controller for Location.

4. In the Keyframe Controller, set the initial Location to -1.00, 0.50. Then move the playhead a second or so to the right and set the Location to 0.50, 0.50.

As I said, there are many ways to do it, but this gets the effect across.

Thank you! but I do not understand keyframing animation yet 😭

Anyway I am going to try to follow the steps provided and find out what is keyframing animation

@candylovergirl I have Titler Pro 7 and this kind of title is very easy to do using this plugin. However, you can still do this in Movie Studio Platinum, as @Steve Grisetti has detailed. This is my attempt at it.

I wanted to include the project file but it's not allowed as an attachment. Follow Steve's instructions and see if you can come up with what you want. Otherwise, and if my method fits the bill, let me know and I'll see if I can knock up a quick tutorial.

 

Thank you! I just check Titler Pro 7 and I love it but is very expensive for me at this moment, if you can knock up with a quick tutorial will be fantastic!

Thanks

Camelia

 

Steve Grisetti wrote on 6/27/2020, 11:19 AM

Here's a nice overview of keyframing titles in Vegas/Movie Studio.