Aegisub Lesson 3 - Edit Font, Color, Size and Create Custom Styles

Aegisub Lesson 3 - Edit Font, Color, Size and Create Custom Styles

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welcome back to another age of sub tutorial in this video we'll learn about styles and editing the style of the fonts and the color and the way that the text appears on the on the video for the subtitles so the first thing I'm gonna do is just open up a dummy video click on video and you'll use dummy video we can I think by default it's 640 by 480 but I changed mine to 1920 by 1080 the color that it'll be we can just keep this blue color and just keep everything else the same it'll just give us a nice
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blank video basically that we can put our subtitles on so we can view what that look like and then we can just type over here this is a test subtitle and so what that will do is actually just for 5 seconds display that and you can see this down they're a little bit small we can change the size of it like we learned in the last video where we click over here hold down the Alt key and we'll just scale this up a little bit so now we can see that and I'm gonna I'm gonna change the size of the video as
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well to 37.5 just for the way that we view it so great so we have a nice default white text with a little black outline has a little bit of a drop shadow a black drop shadow and it just looks like this so if we want to change it right now this little box here tells us the style we're using is the default style and if we want to see what kinds of styles we have we can click over here under subtitle and go to style manager and it shows us well we have a default
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in our storage which is like global if we close the program and open it'll always be there and then current script is saying what this project is actually using so it's just default and default if we want to create a new one we can click new and it brings up this style editor so we can change the name and we'll call it my style and we can leave it up we can maybe change the color to to a green or something and leave everything else the same and hit apply
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and ok so now we have two styles here and we'll make another one we'll call this one sounds and we'll change it to a yellow color and go okay and go okay so now we have a couple different global styles and our at our at our disposal I suppose and what we can do is actually move it over so if we click close right now and we want to change this to the two of the my style we created if we do this drop down nothing appears here and
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that's because we actually don't have it in our in our script that we're running right now so go back to the Styles manager and we click the one we want to move over this my style and go copy to current script and now it's gonna be in there and we can do the sounds as well and now we can click close and now when we do the drop down will see these available and if we click it it'll change it to that greenish yellow color change it to this green color and then if we ever want to edit these we could go in and edit it in the subtitles but we can also edit it just right here so
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this Maya style we click edit it brings up the same dialogue and we can actually edit so we can change the font being used right here we can do like this Comic Sans and if we hit apply it'll change it it also shows a preview of what it looks like here so maybe we want to has a pretty thick black border maybe we want to change that which is called the outline we want to change that outline to be a red color and click OK and apply so now it's red down there we can see it was red like this if you want
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that to be have a thicker outline that this number here in in pixels is the outline so it's two pixels surrounding the fonts that the text so if we change this to 10 10 pixel outline that'll be quite thick and then it kind of looks like that I'm gonna change it back to 2 and if we and if we do 0 we can just have no outline by the way the shadow if we make this shadow of 10 and go apply it'll show you more dramatically what that's doing so it's just a drop shadow and the shadow color can be changed as
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well so the shadow color if we want it to be what's not gonna clash with blue you know we can have the shadow cover be something I didn't change it I feel it like a reddish color this secondary here I'm gonna change this outline so that we don't get confused the secondary red we're actually not using here but it's gonna be like when you do karaoke and it jumps along from word to word and the cup the words change as the as the song gets to that
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point at that point that's what the secondary cover is so well we'll be using that more in the future this alignment here if we do seven and hit apply puts it in the top left-hand corner nine and apply is gonna be in the top right hand so you can kind of see these different positions five is gonna be completely centered in the middle so it's a great way rather than doing the moving it like this moving it with the drag tool it's a good way to position subtitles so this way it's going to be left-justified in the center if this Way's gonna be
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right justified in the center we have margins here too and some of these I don't use this very often the margins so looks like this this is the margin from the side so 18 so if we go 188 it's gonna kind of push it back further so we have a vertical margin and then a left and a right margin probably won't mess with those but just know there's a lots of different ways to position the text around we can use the drag tool we can use the alignment and we can kind of push it around with margins a little bit we can also scale it so if I put it back
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into the middle here we can scale it or let's rotate first so if we go 90 degrees and hit apply it's gonna be rotated 90 degrees if you want to be upside down we do 180 and apply we can do it back to zero on that and then the scaling behaves how how you would imagine one so if we go 50 here it's gonna make it yeah anyway so that it's an option to scale here I'm not sure why it's not working for me now but there is an option to scale their encoding you probably want to do well during the show
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to default but if you want to get special characters you can change some of the encoding here if you want get a certain symbol or something or a different language of course then the encoding is gonna be different but leave that default and I should mention to changing your language is up here under view and language so if you do want to change the language of the program you can use it to change it up there yeah well that is that's it so as far as those changes are out there we click styles we can go back to the default which is down at the bottom now this
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style is in the middle and so it's really nice if you have like a translation you have one language at the bottom one language at the top you can just change these styles for how they how that works and the styles we're gonna are come in handy too when you're doing karaoke and some different things besides just doing the subtitles so if we found that informative go and leave your questions comments below and look forward to seeing you in the next video

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