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Text alignment in the timeline with keyframes durring text change.

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Nov 03, 2021 Nov 03, 2021

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Hello there. I have an issue. We in the company have some simple lower thirds created in Photoshop with simple solid beneeth, with four keyframes. Text comes in from the left, and goes out to the left. It is aligned left and every time we change text, alignment stays unchanged. So, in order to make new lower third we simply change text, save as new file, import into Premiere and everything is fine. BUT, that was old version of both Photoshop and premiere. We switched to the latest version reccently. Now there is a problem: on the timeline in Photoshop every time we change text, it is not aligned acording to the text alignment, which is left, but it looks like alignment is made based on anchor point of the text. So every time we enter shorter text, text layer drifts to the right and vice versa, and we need to correct those two middle keyframes. I know we have Essential graphics now, but we kinda got used to this method and want to remain as is. Is there any way that we can change this? To have text layer aligned based on the alignment of text itelf, rather than anchor point alignment?

Thanx.

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Nov 14, 2021 Nov 14, 2021

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Could you post an example PSD how you have your text and animation set up which reproduces this issue?


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