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3.How to place text over a graphic in the Title editor?

I'm trying to mask out something that's already in the video. So I go into the Title Editor and create a rounded rectangle with a dark gray fill. I position the rectangle to cover up what I don't want to be shown. Now I want to put white text on top of the rectangle. I had a great deal of trouble trying to get the text to land on the graphic in the title editor. Then the two were offset from each other when the title was placed on the timeline. And the rectangle has the 'foreground' over the text. Am I wrong in thinking that I can place text over a graphic?

 

There are two methods to create text in the title editor.

A. Double click the editor region in the title editor. This will create a text that is in the "Text Mode", which does not mix with graphic objects well.

B. Press the "T" button in Graphics Toolbox, single click the editor region in the Title editor, and then enter the text.

Please use Method B to place text over a graphic.

The following shows an example using Method B to create a title with the text "Text Over Graphics" on top of a colored rectangle graphics.

1. Create a color filled rectangle.

2. Select the "T" button, single click in the title editor window. and then enter the text "Text Over Graphics".

3. Resize the text object and the color rectangle.

4. Right mouse click on the color rectangle, and select "Send to back" from the menu.

5. Bring the text over and put it on top the color rectangle.

The result is shown below.

 

 

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