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Text-Pop-Up-Effekt-Problem

Explorer ,
Apr 23, 2024 Apr 23, 2024

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Ich habe das problem, dass, wenn der Text im Bewegungsmenü zB größer skaliert wird, sich die Ausweitung des Textes nur nach rechts und oben auswirkt, der Text also nur nach rechts oben hin wächst. Er bleibt anscheinend an seiner Position in der Textzeile. Ich bin noch ziemlich neu und habe n Tutorial auf Youtube gesehen und bei ihm ist die Skalierung in alle Richtungen verlaufen, der Text ist also "mittig" geblieben. Komisch ist, dass er dabei nur an der Skalierung im Bewegungsmenü eingestellt hat. Ich muss jetzt immer die Position des Textes anpassen, bräuchte da mal Hilfe.
Ich hoffe der Anhang kommt als GIF.

 

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Adobe Employee , Apr 23, 2024 Apr 23, 2024

Hi @Hi_Soeren,

 

You'll want to adjust the anchor point to where you want the scaling to happen from. Click on your text, you'll see a circle with a crosshairs at the lower left (because your text is left aligned, it is auto-set to be left and baseline by default).

TheresaRostek_0-1713895594739.png

The crosshairs is your anchor point, click and drag it to the center if you want it to resize from the center, to the top left if you want it to resize downwards. Also, you'll want to make sure you are creating keyframes on the Text'

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Explorer ,
Apr 23, 2024 Apr 23, 2024

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Hier ein besseres GIF

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Adobe Employee ,
Apr 23, 2024 Apr 23, 2024

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Hi @Hi_Soeren,

 

You'll want to adjust the anchor point to where you want the scaling to happen from. Click on your text, you'll see a circle with a crosshairs at the lower left (because your text is left aligned, it is auto-set to be left and baseline by default).

TheresaRostek_0-1713895594739.png

The crosshairs is your anchor point, click and drag it to the center if you want it to resize from the center, to the top left if you want it to resize downwards. Also, you'll want to make sure you are creating keyframes on the Text's Scale property and not Vector Motion or Video Motion as this anchor point does not apply to those properties.

 

Cheers,

Theresa

 

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Genau, wie @Theresa Rostek gesagt hat, hat das was mit dem Anchor Point zu tun. Wenn du den Text zentrierst passiert das für dich automatisch (siehe Screenshot)

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