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  1. Hello,

    So I'm trying to change the text colour of multiple clips at the same time. I've tried pasting attributes, although obviously that only pastes keyframe combinations and video FX.

    Here's the example, I want to get multiple clips to have a blue outline around the text without individually editing them. Any ideas?

    Example:

    http://prntscr.com/bglo11


    Here's part of the video if you wanted to look. Trying to change the text of the raging guy into blue:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1inn...ature=youtu.be


    Any help would be much appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Oli
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    Use the Layer Dimensionality Tool.
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  3. Originally Posted by budwzr View Post
    Use the Layer Dimensionality Tool.
    Can you link me to a video about it? I've been told on other forums it isn't even possible?
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    The Text must be in a transparent alpha. You add the Layer Dimensionality Tool to the text still, then copy/paste attributes.
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  5. Originally Posted by budwzr View Post
    The Text must be in a transparent alpha. You add the Layer Dimensionality Tool to the text still, then copy/paste attributes.
    I really don't know what you mean, it is pretty confusing as the layer dimensionality tool for me just gives you a shaddow and other useless stuff? Also I don't know what transparent alpha is ;/ Kind of shit at vegas
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    It's not just for shadows. It does outlines inner/outer too. You play with it and try. But you have to use a PNG sequence, or 32bit source elements/clips.

    Only works on cutout text, not flattened text.
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  7. google for "Vegasaur Titles and Text"
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