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How to fade rolling title a little bit after it stops rolling

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May 11, 2018

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I have a credits roll at the end of my animation. It is set to roll on but not off screen. I want to then fade it a little bit after it stops rolling but the roll stops at the end. I tried using post roll but that doesn't give me any visible time space after the roll stops that I can then fade it. All attempts to fade fade it while it's still coming to it's final position. So I thought of a kludge of making a separate title right after with the exact same content but I've found no way to copy the rolling title final contents over to the new title. Paste just creates a new clone of the rolling title and editing that affects the original. If I just copy the text there's no way to make its alignment perfect as I only seem able to move the text around with the mouse which does not give fine control and the arrow keys don't do any nudging like I'd expect. Is there no straightforward way to fade the title out after it's stopped rolling? I just want the credits to roll into place and then be visible and unfaded for a bit and then fade. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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Correct answer by Peru Bob | Adobe Community Professional

Do screen capture of the last frame and add that to the end of the title and adjust its duration as needed:

premiere+elements+screen+grab

and then apply the fade to that clip.

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How to fade rolling title a little bit after it stops rolling

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I have a credits roll at the end of my animation. It is set to roll on but not off screen. I want to then fade it a little bit after it stops rolling but the roll stops at the end. I tried using post roll but that doesn't give me any visible time space after the roll stops that I can then fade it. All attempts to fade fade it while it's still coming to it's final position. So I thought of a kludge of making a separate title right after with the exact same content but I've found no way to copy the rolling title final contents over to the new title. Paste just creates a new clone of the rolling title and editing that affects the original. If I just copy the text there's no way to make its alignment perfect as I only seem able to move the text around with the mouse which does not give fine control and the arrow keys don't do any nudging like I'd expect. Is there no straightforward way to fade the title out after it's stopped rolling? I just want the credits to roll into place and then be visible and unfaded for a bit and then fade. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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Correct answer by Peru Bob | Adobe Community Professional

Do screen capture of the last frame and add that to the end of the title and adjust its duration as needed:

premiere+elements+screen+grab

and then apply the fade to that clip.

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Do screen capture of the last frame and add that to the end of the title and adjust its duration as needed:

premiere+elements+screen+grab

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Thank you very much Peru Bob. I figured you meant freeze-frame and that worked like a charm.

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You're welcome.

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