Newtek VT: Moving Titles to Match the Video

Newtek VT is a versatile product ideal for real-time transitions and 3D sets. Using sets such as character generators, keying and virtual networking makes this a simple-to-use and efficient application.

Step 1: Understanding Special Features

Newtek VT offers a great range of special features such as streamline editing, 2D video paint, 2D and 3D animation. Running it along with LightWave 3D plug in, you can obtain great motion graphics effects and animation effects. You can also use digital video effects such as expansions, wipes, curls, fading and overlaying options, compressions and rotations, over 200 real-time transitions and more.

In terms of reliability, the software is great for decoding, encoding and codec reducing reliance. In terms of performance, it is multi-threaded and multiple-core CPU compatible, offering full aspect radio support and existing file assets for resolutions, frame-rates, audio rates and more. Newtek VT has over eighty title templates, and you can use them to create easy live pages, customize other new templates, and export any title to up-stream effects.

Step 2: Adding and Editing Text

You can start by setting up your CG-Post to VT-Edit. In order to do that, you need to open VT-Edit with both TimeLine and Filebin. Continue by placing a video clip into the Timeline and visualize it also in FileBin. Use quick tabs such as Effects located at the bottom of the FileBin page to look for the CG Icons. You should have three icons such as CG Crawl Page, CG Scroll Page and CG Still Page. Drag and drop the CG Still Page into your VT-Edit Timeline and place the icon beneath the video file.

You can now enter and modify texts. In order to do so, you will need to make sure you checked the Show All Layers box. After that, display a small amount of text on top of the video background. Use the CG Still Page to show the Control Tree view. Beneath it, choose the Title Compose tab, click the display window, and type your piece of text. Check the Overlay box on, select the text using the selection arrow in tools menu, and edit your text. You can add text effects such as text resizing, center positioning or edge adding.

Step 3: Using Motion Keyframes

You can use the Newtek VT software to create titles using the help of motion keyframes. After adding and editing, display your text on top of video background, checking the Show All Layers box once again. Use the Positioning tab located under the Control Tree. Select the Keyframes option to indicate the title and mark the point. Rotate and position text to hide it. Move the position indicator and again use the Keyframes options. You can position your text for the ending and rotate it again. The title matches the video now. Save all the changes and click to view and enjoy results.

Newtek VT software has a user friendly-interface, making the application an easy-to-use video editor.