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  1. Using AVISynth and the SubtitleEx feature. I found the commands but I'm a bit stuck on fading. Here is my code:


    SubtitleEx("Subtitle Test", x=150, y=480, firstframe=150, lastframe=255, font="Arial",size=18, textcolor=$ED0000, halocolor=$ED0000,effects="u","f"(100)

    I have it underlined, but I don't know how I'm supposed to add the Fade command in there so it fades in for 100 frames.
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  2. Originally Posted by smike View Post
    Using AVISynth and the SubtitleEx feature. I found the commands but I'm a bit stuck on fading. Here is my code:


    SubtitleEx("Subtitle Test", x=150, y=480, firstframe=150, lastframe=255, font="Arial",size=18, textcolor=$ED0000, halocolor=$ED0000,effects="u","f"(100)

    I have it underlined, but I don't know how I'm supposed to add the Fade command in there so it fades in for 100 frames.


    Enclose all effects in the single set of quotation marks


    Code:
     SubtitleEx("Subtitle Test", x=150, y=480, firstframe=150, lastframe=255, font="Arial",size=18, textcolor=$ED0000, halocolor=$ED0000,effects="u, f(100)"
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  3. I've used this code to get the 'fade in' you describe:

    Code:
    blankclip(200,1280,720,"YUY2",fps=50)
    SubtitleEx("TITLES FADE IN TEST",x=640,y=360, firstframe=0, lastframe=200,size=90,effects="bc,f(100)")
    However, there are some pretty expert AVIsynth guys here on the forum, so there maybe a better way!...

    (Edit: posted before I saw PDRs reply -- sorry!)
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  4. That did it, thank you! It's alright Pippas.
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