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Creating Crawling Text in Final Cut Pro

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Creating crawling text in Final Cut Pro is very easy.  I recommend using the Boris - Title Crawl over the 'legacy' title-crawl within the Final Cut Pro generators menu.

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The viewer window will go blank after you select 'title crawl'.  Click on the Controls tab to adjust the parameters of the title.  Then change the animation style to either 'crawl' or 'roll'.

I also recommend turning on the 1:2:1 Deflicker option which will smooth out the playback motion during the crawl.

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Type your text within the Boris text box and press the apply button when are you done.

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That's it!  You now have crawling text within the Viewer window.  You can then take your crawling title to the next level by watching this short Final Cut Pro video tutorial.

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