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Video Transitions - Text appearance

New Here ,
Apr 29, 2020 Apr 29, 2020

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Hi,

 

I'm new to using Premiere Pro, so this may be a simple question, I'm hoping so at least!

im trying to get a video transition whereby my Text title appears character by character, as if it is being typed onto the screen, and also to attach a sound effect to each character appearing.

Does anyone know of a transition that will accomplish this?

Thanks.

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 29, 2020 Apr 29, 2020
You can do that several ways. One way is to keyframe a crop effect.  Another is to use each letter separately and stagger them on the timeline. After Effects has a text effect preset for that also.  You can do it in After Effects and export a file with transparency to use in Premiere Pro. Just place your sound effect at the appropriate times on the timeline.

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You can do that several ways.

One way is to keyframe a crop effect.  Another is to use each letter separately and stagger them on the timeline.

 

After Effects has a text effect preset for that also.  You can do it in After Effects and export a file with transparency to use in Premiere Pro.

 

Just place your sound effect at the appropriate times on the timeline.

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Thanks for the help! I've been able to do it character by character on the timeline and link the sound effect!

 

I'll have a look through after effects as I haven't used that yet.

Thanks again.

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