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Restore Roll Function (default) on credits

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Aug 04, 2017

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Adobe Premier Elements 12: @ !While stumbling through creating credits, I have managed to incorporate a one line fade-in function - which I don't want.  Can't seem to find how to return to the default function of rolling from bottom to top.  Help.

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Restore Roll Function (default) on credits

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Adobe Premier Elements 12: @ !While stumbling through creating credits, I have managed to incorporate a one line fade-in function - which I don't want.  Can't seem to find how to return to the default function of rolling from bottom to top.  Help.

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Aug 05, 2017

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It's possible you've applied a text animation, which is why you're seeing a one-line fade-in. But that's hard to say without knowing exactly what you mean.

Nonetheless, that shouldn't affect your roll. Have a look at my free tutorial on rolling credits. It will show you how to access the title's Roll/Crawl Settings.

*** Rolling Titles tutorial ***

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