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Text throughout video does not continue after first track

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Jun 22, 2018

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This is my first time using Elements Premiere. I have 2015. I added text that I want to appear through the whole video. I adjusted the layer the text appears on to fit the full video. However when I preview the video the text does not appear after the first track/slide (?) in the video. How do I make it so all the text flows as the video plays?

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I started over and followed some suggestions in other forums. I found that

I needed to use the crawl settings and then move my text line off of the

video are into the transparent area in order to get it to start later in

the video. It has now worked. Thank you!

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Text throughout video does not continue after first track

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This is my first time using Elements Premiere. I have 2015. I added text that I want to appear through the whole video. I adjusted the layer the text appears on to fit the full video. However when I preview the video the text does not appear after the first track/slide (?) in the video. How do I make it so all the text flows as the video plays?

Correct answer by marynbtol | Community Beginner

I started over and followed some suggestions in other forums. I found that

I needed to use the crawl settings and then move my text line off of the

video are into the transparent area in order to get it to start later in

the video. It has now worked. Thank you!

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Can you post a screen shot of your timeline.  Without that I can only guess.  My guess is that after you "stretched" the title, that there is a red/orange bar above your time line.  It would be telling you that you need to "render" fresh previews.  Press Enter or tap the "Render" button.

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Yes, thank you.

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I know have a green line above the timeline after clicking the render button. However the text still looks as it does in the photo i sent.

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It appears correct.  I'm missing something in your question. 

I see three things on your timeline.  The big one is a video clip.  I can't tell what the other two are. 

The beginning of the purple title starts just after the beginning of the big clip.  It ends at the end of the clip.  If you want it to extend to over the other small pieces, you can grab the ends of the purple title with your mouse and drag to where you want. 

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I have the text timeline placed where I want it. The problem is as the video advances the text you see on the screenshot remains the same. The text doesn't continue. It is cut off on that last word when I have a lot of text following that.

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Are you trying to make the text roll across the screen?

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Sorry for the delay.

I think you may be picking the wrong title.  There are so many. 

Can you tell me which title you are using and how long the sentence is.   I can then try to find a better option. 

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I started over and followed some suggestions in other forums. I found that

I needed to use the crawl settings and then move my text line off of the

video are into the transparent area in order to get it to start later in

the video. It has now worked. Thank you!

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Happy that you got your results!

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