I want subtitles, but because it changes the picture, I need an extra bright 'tape', because otherwise they are not necessarily always good to read.
Premiere 6, I had resolved the following: Graphic (rectangle) is created, Color white, Opacity as 3o%. Then enter text and set it. Then the subtitle line on a slightly lighter background, the picture was not completely gone, and the text easy to read. Premiere Pro 2.o I have found nothing suitable. When I enter a rectangle, and set the opacity down, then the interior is in order (just the way I need it), but the rectangle has a wide black border. I still have not found the edge as I wegbekomme.
Has anyone a tip? Thank you.
(I hope it's understandable words. The search in this forum and the help in Prem Pro, I have found nothing about this)
Antwort von Wiro:
Moin, Mark square, right in Einstellfeld "strokes" and opened with "exterior lines" remove the checkmark. Gruss Wiro
Antwort von Jan69:
Since I am not a "Adobianer", I have no specific synonymous tip.
But I believe your approach is still correct. There must be somewhere in the properties of the rectangle synonymous a setting for the frame (border) indicate. Probably near the entry way for the Color of the rectangle.
Antwort von BeaBea:
to "edge", etc. I found nothing. But instead, a strange Schleichweg:
In "window title styles" - where all sorts of styles are available for choice - I have very simple white text with no shadows and everything is selected (while the square was clicked on arrow) and now is the edge away. Prima!
(However, I can already imagine that it is synonymous nor a direct path to the graphics are, because normally a font formatting says nothing about objects)
@ Wiro The hooks on lines were not set, neither external nor internal (which I had already tried)