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Tutorial: Text Interpolation or Making it look better when there is motion


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Like the title said, when text are used along with some motion effects, sometimes it will look choppy? (Please give me a word for this) and leaves some short after images. To fix that, set the text background opacity to 2 or 1, I prefer 1. Then switch to text background rather than editor background or something else (this options is a drop down box above the text background opacity option which is usually closest to the top of the text input box). Either directly pick the color white, or pick a dominant color in the background (this can be done using the tint tool). The text should now look better when doing motion effects and the background should not / slightly be tinted.

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Thanks for the suggestions.  Is it 'choppy' in preview, in export, or both?

Speed of text and export frame rate may make a difference.

Submit a project that demonstrates the issue and someone may have better suggestions.  Just follow these simply steps carefully...

  •     Back up --- With your project on the timeline, click on MENU at the top-left.  Click FILE|BACK UP PROJECT FILES TO FOLDER.  Choose a folder and SELECT FOLDER.
  •     Upload ---  Use a free server - Google Drive, MS OneDrive, etc.* - to upload the saved, numbered FOLDER.    Do NOT upload the individual VPJ or export file. 
  •     Get link --- Get a public link.  If using Google Drive click GET SHAREABLE LINK. If necessary change "restricted" to "anyone with the link can view" 
  •     Share ---     Click COPY LINK | DONE.  Paste that link here, or click the folder at the top-right of this forum to message it privately to me.  It won't be shared.

          *    Before uploading, right-click the folder, click PROPERTIES.  Look at the File Size to confirm that it's not too big for the free space on the server.

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