This problem is driving me crazy. I can't seem to put a text box to occupy the entire video window. There's an imaginary boundary in the video and as I type text that hits this border, it doesn't show the text. I've included screenshots to show the problem. What am I doing wrong???
To understand what's happening, the text says "15440 Beach Blvd." As soon as I hit that boundary underneath the "M" in compounding, the text disappears. If I drag the text box to the left, you can see the text. If I drag the box rightward, the text will disappear as it hits the boundary.
I'm adding this to help provide clues. So the highlighted text box says "15440 Beach Blvd". The "Blvd" is obscured at the boundary. I added another text box that only says "Blvd". You can see that it's visible.
Hi, most likely the position of the clip in which the text is placed has been moved to the left, try changing the x position under the Video - Motion effect (see picture)
thanks for the reply. yes, i try to move around by dragging that number but same problem.
Make sure Vector Motion is set to default settings.
thanks for the reply. i'm trying to figure out what this vector motion is. it's weird because some of the titles have it and some don't.
So here are my titles. I'm not sure what "graphic" means.
This title didn't have vector motion.
This title did have a vector motion. So the reason for the problem is the numbers 540/960 got changed?