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  • Title Roll Jumps When Freezing Mid-Screen

  • Clyde Louis

    June 22, 2022 at 9:38 pm

    Hi,

    I’m attempting to do my first title with the new ‘Essential Graphics’ in Adobe Premiere Pro, CC2022. I have done this type of roll title many times with the ‘Legacy Titles’ in Premiere, but trying to do it in the newer version is a little difficult.

    I have always done my roll-on titles to roll on as one title, and then be a still as another (duplicate) title. After that, I can also duplicate it again and have it roll up, off the screen.

    In the new ‘Essential Graphics,’ I can just about get them to be seamless, although there’s a little ‘jump’ in the text after the roll-on and when the still title hits the playback head.
    Is there a good solution to fix this?

    Many thanks for your input.
    Louis

  • Clyde Louis

    June 23, 2022 at 8:58 pm

    Just an update on this:

    I’ve noticed that this font seems to be more noticable in the ‘jumping down’ that it does between the roll-in and the still. It’s the Adobe Devanagari font, which, when my Premiere Pro updated, indicated that that font was missing, although I don’t recall having used it in previous projects/versions. Anyway, I installed it and am using it here, as it was indicated to be used in the previous project.
    I changed briefly to Century Gothic, to test, and the transition is smoother, but still has the jump.

    Thanks for any leads.

    The ‘c’ video below is me making a new title roll just a minute ago. I’m still learning this interface, so it’s a bit slow. However, the roll appears to be without the jump (although it may have a small one).
    The ‘d’ video below is the original problematic title jump that happens after the roll on-screen.

    Here are 2 videos of this. The first one, “c,” shows me making this in Premiere.

    The second one, “d,” shows the problematic one that ‘jumps’ when it completes the roll-on phase and enters the still title, mid-screen.

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  • Clyde Louis

    July 3, 2022 at 4:29 am

    I just wanted to answer my question.
    What turned out to be the culprit this time was that the horizontal center alignment was not set in both the roll and the still, and that was a recipe for ‘slight’ disaster.

    Once I had the horiz centered in both, it worked like a charm.

    Thanks!

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