Captions Scale size editing

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Feb 19, 2021

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Hi guys I am having this issue when editing my captions for my video. Thing is that I have manage to edit text in my video and allow the text scale to change in different frames for example I type in the word "Test" so by default the scaling is 100 so I move forward 4 frames and change it to 120 and then moving another 3 frames and change it to 115. By doing this I manage to get a "Pop" effect for my captions, but the thing is that I don't want to manually do it word by word as it takes a lot of time so I was hoping to find a way to apply this "Pop" effect onto the captions that I have imported in (srt format) so if anyone has any ideas or workaround for this to work i will greatly appreciate it as it means a lot for my work and I am going crazy soon trying to figure a way 😄 

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Stan Jones Adobe Community Professional , Feb 19, 2021
Captions (as in imported srt; the "caption tool") were not designed for this. You can test it by using the Effect Controls as you are doing. You can cut up the caption stream, then copy/paste the motion/scale effect. I would set the scale so it finishes at 100%; you may get quality issues even at that.   If you don't have a long video, I would do it with graphics text. The quality will be better.   Stan

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Captions (as in imported srt; the "caption tool") were not designed for this. You can test it by using the Effect Controls as you are doing. You can cut up the caption stream, then copy/paste the motion/scale effect. I would set the scale so it finishes at 100%; you may get quality issues even at that.

 

If you don't have a long video, I would do it with graphics text. The quality will be better.

 

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Well in that case I guess I can only do it with graphics text. Thank you so much for your help and advice 🙂👍

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