Aegisub Lesson 2 - Move and Resize Text

Aegisub Lesson 2 - Move and Resize Text

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welcome back to another age a sub tutorial in this video we'll learn how to make changes to the text including where it appears on the screen how large it appears and the color and the font used and all that so I want to mention first of all this is kind of the default view that I that I like to use so we have the audio over here the video here then the subtitles below but if yours looks different than this or if you want it I want it to look different you can click on view and you can just view
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subtitles only you can just view the video with the subtitles and have more room without looking at the audio you can view just the audio maybe you're only working with an audio file anyway this is the view you would get if you just just import an audio file then there's the full view which is what I'm doing and then like we looked in the last video if you just use the scroll wheel you can make this video larger or smaller you can also just change the size here so I'm gonna make it nice and large so we can see what we're doing here so the tools there's a couple
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different ways if we click on edit in the last video we changed the size of the font by just changing it here and clicking apply and it made the font larger but we're not gonna do that here I'm gonna put it back to 20 where it was and go okay because there's another way to change this font that's separate from these settings and that's over here we have these different tools so the one we're on now is standard mode it just shows us the X&Y coordinates these two numbers of where we're at on the video 0 0 being in the top left and this full size of the video being in the bottom
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right so this is a 1920 by 1080 video we can move this text around so honestly you can see there is text down here at the bottom so if we click on this dragged subtitles tool and there's a little box we can click on in the middle to kind of move this text around so I might click left click and hold and move it right to the middle there's another one rotate we'll do in a minute but I want to make it larger so you can see which is this little red square right here if we hover over it says scale subtitles on X and y-axis so it gives us
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a handle like a vertical a little circle line with a circle on the top and bottom and a horizontal align with this circles it left in there right of it and if we click on this one on towards the left you just drag it we can see it makes the kind of stretches that those subtitles so we can stretch it out this way we're gonna stretch it out this way and make it bigger but I'm gonna hit control Z on my keyboard and undo those changes because we can also hold down the Alt key while making any change and it will do it uniformly so we
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can scale this up uniformly x and y at the same time so to do that again it's holding down the Alt key while making the change and if you make it bigger than the video it'll automatically go on to two lines which is nice so we'll make a nice and big like that we'll click back here on this dragged subtitles tool and just click this boxer and then we can put it back down wherever we want if we want it to be down here at the bottom actually I'm gonna move it up to the middle to show you the rotate the rotate tool when when it's selected gives us some little boxes and different things we can view you'll probably just want to
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pay attention to this left and right these circles if we left click and hold we can just kind of rotate from one side to the other this really isn't something that you'll use very often this is rotating in 3d space this next one so the same thing we can click and we can actually make it look kind of like Star Wars right it's not animated but it'll be we can kind of turn it and again this is something you'll probably very seldomly use but it's an option that that you can have I'm just going to leave it like that and then we can go
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this next one here clip subtitles - rectangle this way if we just left-click here we can start drawing some points Oh what left-click and hold and that will actually create a box and only it's kind of it's masking is what it is so only whatever is in this box will be shown so now if we click back here because we drew that box we're only seeing parts of the of the subtitles again I don't know exactly maybe there's a part of the video that you just absolutely don't want to cut out for example if you have someone in the
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bottom right-hand corner like a like a picture-in-picture and you'd rather cut off the text then have it go over top of that picture maybe you would use this masking for that and probably don't worry about this other one down here if you have any questions you can open up the manual it was a question mark here so I'll open up and we and you get help takes you to the website and you can read all about these different tools and what they do yeah that's it for this video as far as moving the text around and again if you ever want to undo something you can click Edit and go to undo we can undo
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these changes that we made you can also go to use control Z on the keyboard and then in the next video we're gonna learn about using more of this style editor and how to change because all those changes that we just made we can do the same thing over here we can do rotation we can do scaling and and moving it around the around the page as well yeah so hopefully hopefully you found this video informative thanks for watching
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and I'll catch you in the next one

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