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    I have just made a scrolling title in Vistitle 1.6 and put it onto the Edius 6.02 timeline.

    It scrolls too fast, so I want to slow it down by increasing the duration.

    I tried just dragging the end of the title on the timeline, as I would do with a clip, but it won't do that.

    I know I can go back into Vistitle to extend the title duration, but is there a better way?
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  • #2
    Originally posted by John Hooper View Post
    I have just made a scrolling title in Vistitle 1.6 and put it onto the Edius 6.02 timeline.

    It scrolls too fast, so I want to slow it down by increasing the duration.

    I tried just dragging the end of the title on the timeline, as I would do with a clip, but it won't do that.

    I know I can go back into Vistitle to extend the title duration, but is there a better way?
    A scrolling title works similar to a video clip / animation! In terms of how to handle a video clip
    you are not able to change the duration by just dragging the end of a clip!
    I don't know what's happen if you change time/duration in context menu! I expect the duration change will done by frame blending, so I suggest you change the title in Vistitle directly!
    Andreas Gumm
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    • #3
      If you use the mini titler of vistitler (forgot the correct name)
      move your cursor to the length you want click the extend button (roll stay iirc) and the title is re-timed and extended.
      Steve

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      • #4
        Originally posted by GrassValley_SL View Post
        If you use the mini titler of vistitler (forgot the correct name)
        move your cursor to the length you want click the extend button (roll stay iirc) and the title is re-timed and extended.
        Hi Steve,

        If you mean the mini-titler window below, I was using that method.

        I just wondered if there was a better way to set a scroll speed other than by guessing the duration which seems a bit of trial and error?

        I set a duration and viewed it...it seemed too fast...so set another and so on.
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        • #5
          Have you tried changing the clip speed in Edius
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          • #6
            Not yet...will report back

            UPDATE: Just tried the speed tool in Edius. Not very good results, makes the titles shimmer a little.

            Think I will use the method in Visitle.
            Last edited by John Hooper; 05-18-2011, 06:39 PM.
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            • #7
              Give the clip speed 10% & you will see what's happen behind! ;)

              Frameblending!

              Do so as Steve has suggested it's the easiest way of all!

              Cheers!
              Andreas Gumm
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Andreas_Gumm View Post
                Give the clip speed 10% & you will see what's happen behind! ;)

                Frameblending!

                Do so as Steve has suggested it's the easiest way of all!

                Cheers!
                I agree.

                I used to use Avid Liquid before moving to Edius. Perhaps it was in that program that you could drag the end of scrolling titles to increase the length on the timeline and hence slow the scroll.

                Vistitle is excellent, just needs me to learn it!
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                • #9
                  You can change the speed of a scrolling title by dragging with Quicktitler in EDIUS.
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                  • #10
                    So perhaps this could be another feature request to those good folks at Videostar?
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                    • #11
                      I'm beginning to not like Vistiler, I have tried to lengthen a scroll title but it does not accept!!!!!
                      tdtinker
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                      • #12
                        All of the speed and length adjustments are in the Scroll Panel.
                        have you tried that yet? You can also add a fade up and fade out from this panel.

                        Vistitle Scroll time.png

                        Vistitle Manual:

                        Vistitle Manual For Scroll.png

                        Actually pretty simple to do.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by tdtinker View Post
                          I'm beginning to not like Vistiler, I have tried to lengthen a scroll title but it does not accept!!!!!
                          I do this real quick in the vistitle mini editor
                          Anton Strauss
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                          • #14
                            I would prefer to just catch the end of the title and drag it to whatever length i need.
                            Tony




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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by tony View Post
                              I would prefer to just catch the end of the title and drag it to whatever length i need.
                              We all would and it has been requested. However, until then this is pretty quick.
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