NewBlue Titler Pro for Media Composer Basics 3 of 3

Hello, this is Travis White with NewBlue, and I’m here to show you NewBlue Titler Pro Basics inside Avid Media Composer.

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Part Three shows us how to work with effects and shapes inside Titler Pro 1.0. Travis covers each of these tips in this tutorial: 

  • Access NewBlue effects inside Titler Pro 1.0
  • Double-click or drag-and-drop NewBlue effects to apply to text – instantly add subtle or striking enhancements
  • Layer multiple effects – Film Camera, Dream Glow and Turn in this example
  • Customize the individual parameters of effects for maximum control
  • Add shapes
  • Move shapes and text forward or backward simply by dragging and reordering tracks
  • Adjust style layers to alter the look of your shapes
  • Insert shapes directly into paragraphs to keep multiple elements together and reduce keyframing or get rid of it altogether

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