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Speech bubble resizes

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Apr 13, 2017

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Okay I have read the past answers and information regarding speech bubbles and still have a question. I am using PE 11 and I am on my timeline and go to graphics and select a speech bubble. I size it for the photo, add the text and hit save. Than when I go to play back my timeline when it proceeds to that clip the speech bubble has changed in size and is no longer readable. What is going on, and what do I need to do differently? Thanks

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

Also note that, when you're editing the speech bubble, you're in the Titles Adjustments workspace -- which shows the speech bubble and title at full screen size.

When you return to your timeline, the speech bubble will appear at the size you've sized it to.

So, if you make it very small while you're editing it, it will be VERY VERY small when you return to your timeline.

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Speech bubble resizes

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Okay I have read the past answers and information regarding speech bubbles and still have a question. I am using PE 11 and I am on my timeline and go to graphics and select a speech bubble. I size it for the photo, add the text and hit save. Than when I go to play back my timeline when it proceeds to that clip the speech bubble has changed in size and is no longer readable. What is going on, and what do I need to do differently? Thanks

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

Also note that, when you're editing the speech bubble, you're in the Titles Adjustments workspace -- which shows the speech bubble and title at full screen size.

When you return to your timeline, the speech bubble will appear at the size you've sized it to.

So, if you make it very small while you're editing it, it will be VERY VERY small when you return to your timeline.

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Does rendering the timeline help?

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I'll give that a try

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Also note that, when you're editing the speech bubble, you're in the Titles Adjustments workspace -- which shows the speech bubble and title at full screen size.

When you return to your timeline, the speech bubble will appear at the size you've sized it to.

So, if you make it very small while you're editing it, it will be VERY VERY small when you return to your timeline.

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As Bob Peru suggested above rendering the time line did not help.

Steve what you have mentioned is exactly what happens;  therefore, I find it hard to control the final outcome.

What I have resorted to is that I add the speech bubble to the photo in Adobe Photoshop and than import it to my timeline. That way I can control the outcome.

Thanks for the information, it is always welcome and helpful.

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