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Historic District — title for FCPX

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A "compact" and lightweight animated title with "range." All the elements beautifully blended for a default presentation with enough parameter control for wide-range customizations.

Features: Onscreen Control for positioning. All parts move consistently with the OSC. Individual text lines can be moved separately for custom positioning. The "bullet string" follows the Line 2 text wherever you place it. There is a parameter control to set the vertical offset so it can be used as an underline, overline, or separator. Use Unicode characters to customize the bullets. How many bullets you use and the character tracking control is included.

Build In and Build Out options restrict the automatic animations allowing presentation animation (used in the video: Scale and Shear - use with or without the build in/out animations.)

Color of each line of text is linked by default. You can unlink the colors to set each line's color separately. [Note: color is overridden by 3D settings if used.]

Line 1 and Line 2 text is editable in the Text Inspector. The Bullet String is not. You are only allowed to make edits to the Bullet String in the Historic District Title inspector.

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