Changing subtitle color


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Changing subtitle color

When you have multiple characters in a scene, sometimes it gets a little bit confusing with the subtitles. We have multiple bikers, in this case. Somebody says, Hey, let's go ride bikes. Then the next guy says, Yeah, let's do it! We don't know who is saying what. So, what we can do is actually add some color variation here. Now, you might be tempted to right- click here and say Add Subtitle Track, then make different texts on the second subtitle track.

But be advised that subtitle tracks work like audio tracks, in that they are meant for different languages, and they can only be used one at a time. I might also recommend that your Audio Track languages and your Subtitle Track languages line up. So if you have English on Track 2 for Audio, then I recommend having English on your Subtitle Track 2 as well. If you have say Spanish on Track 3 for Audio, I recommend that you have Spanish on Track 3 for Subtitles also.

That's going to help you keep things nice and orderly there. I'...

Changing subtitle color
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Changing subtitle color provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Encore CS5 Essential Training

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