Screenflow Tutorial How to add text annotation. In this step by step screenflow tutorial I show you how to add text annotation to your screen flow project. All within 5 minutes, so after watching you will be able to apply this video tip to your video project.
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Hey whats up everyone, welcome to another screenflow video tip of the week, in this weeks video tip i’ll be showing you how to add text annotation to your screenflow project.
1st you need to have some footage already on the timeline, & highlighted like I have.. next we need to go over to the text properties tab and click on the letter T… you’ll find this on the right hand side of the canvas, this will then highlight the text functions box…
you then need to click on the plus button to add the text annotation to your footage.. once you’ve done that.. click on the text box and start typing
If you want to move the box just click the circle and move it to wear you want the text to go… make sure the text box is highlighted first.. you can also change the font.. size, alignment… bold it… use italics.. change the fill from colour to an image to gradient… change the outline.. and colour…
and even change the backdrop on or off, off is what I prefer. If you can operate a word doc then you can do this.. and that’s how you add text annotation in screenflow..really easy & simple to do…
Another thing you can do with a text annotation is have it running through you entire project like I do with all my video tips. All you have to do is highlight the tex annotation wait for the double arrow to appear and then drag to the right of the video. You can drag as much our as little as you want. So if you wanted you could drag the text annotation for the full length of your project.
you can also add a video action which will have the text fade in or out and if you would like me to create the video let me know in the comments section and I will get one done
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I’m dean haycox and this has been another screenflow tutorial video tip of the week from screencastmagazine