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Jim Lino
How do you "lock" two clips TOGETHER so they animate in sync??
on Jun 18, 2018 at 9:02:21 pm

Hi there,

Having a lot of trouble trying to figure out what should be a relatively simple thing.

I have text over video of a car...... as the camera pans right to left (panning along the car).... I want the white text to stay in sync with the moving video, keeping it exactly within the width of the two doors.


Problem is.... if I manually animate the text just by itself.... it'll never look as good/precise as if the two clips were just "linked" as they were moving together.... like how Final Cut Pro can do.


Check out my image, is there a work-around??



Any help here?? Thx!


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Shane Ross
Re: How do you "lock" two clips TOGETHER so they animate in sync??
on Jun 18, 2018 at 10:03:13 pm

[Jim Lino] "Problem is.... if I manually animate the text just by itself.... it'll never look as good/precise as if the two clips were just "linked" as they were moving together.... like how Final Cut Pro can do."

Final Cut Pro has a way to have text track with an object? That's pretty cool. I didn't know that. With Adobe and Avid, I have to use something like Mocha Pro to do the tracking.

To be clear, what you want to do is lock the text to the side of the car so what when it moves, the text moves. Yeah, that's exactly what a TRACKER is for. And the best one I know of is Mocha Pro.

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Jim Lino
Re: How do you "lock" two clips TOGETHER so they animate in sync??
on Jun 19, 2018 at 1:33:11 pm

Yeah, in FCP you can pretty much group the clips together with a Shift + click, exactly like you would be able to in Photoshop...

Or really.... everything is the same in Adobe Premiere....

They just need to allow the "Effect Controls" box to open up when you have clicked together more than one clip. That's it.



I've been meaning to learn After Effects, kinda sucks this small little technique can't be done natively. But ah well... maybe I'll look at Mocha Pro.


Thanks for the help, guys!


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