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Headline Title Mask Interference Need Solution to Independently Control Timing of End Card Elements

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Jan 29, 2023 Jan 29, 2023

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Unable to add sub-title to end card due to headline title mask interfering with text tool in Adobe Premiere Pro. Looking for a solution to control the timing for three elements (headline title, sub-title, and image) independently.

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LEGEND , Jan 30, 2023 Jan 30, 2023

If you are using the Motion effects section in the ECP, that necessarily moves the contents of that track as you set.

 

For what you are doing you need to work with the text sections separately. And that is easiest by using the Essential Graphics Panel or EGP in the Edit tab of that panel.

 

At the top, each layer element of your Graphics clip has a separate line in the layer stack.

 

Select a layer, then below it are animation controls active for that layer.

 

They have a couple decent and shor

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Each item in the EGP (Essential Graphics Panel) layer stack can be animated separately ... so I'm not seeing what the problem is.

 

Although ... are you using the ECP ... effects control panel ... 'motion' setting for the whole track? ... as that would get this behavior.

 

Neil

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Thanks, I am practically pre-novice level but I will explore using the EGP. As for the ECP and the motion setting, I'm not sure how to respend to this question other than to answer parts of it. Unless the "motion setting" for the whole track is defaulted without me even engaging it then maybe? As for the "whole" track. I mentioned it just the end card if that's what you mean by the "whole" track. At any rate I will try the EGP. Thanks

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If you are using the Motion effects section in the ECP, that necessarily moves the contents of that track as you set.

 

For what you are doing you need to work with the text sections separately. And that is easiest by using the Essential Graphics Panel or EGP in the Edit tab of that panel.

 

At the top, each layer element of your Graphics clip has a separate line in the layer stack.

 

Select a layer, then below it are animation controls active for that layer.

 

They have a couple decent and short video tutorials in their online help demonstrating this.

 

Neil

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