Tips & Tricks
Some very cool stuff by John Lasruk
You can make some very nice end credits with Rolling Credits without too much trouble, but armed with a little knowledge and a little extra work, you can make some typographically rich visually pleasing outstanding credit lists. John shows you how in these wonderfully playful tutorials. Download and open them in RollingCredits.
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RC News 2 Line Spacing.
In this, the second of a series, John shows how to some pretty nifty special effects using overlapping type. All of this is available to you in Rolling Credits. Here is a taste of what you will get in this issue:
Create impressive 3d effects right in Rolling Credits. John shows you how to create highlighted titles and ones that seem to jump right off the page.
You can superimpose more than two lines of type.
Put some zip into your titles.
Letters that seem to float over each other.
Place type over graphics.
RC News 1 Action Menu.
In this, the first of a series, John explores the amazing richness of Apple's Typographical Controls. All of this is available to you in Rolling Credits. Here is a taste of what you will get in this issue:
Look at the two words below; both are in the same typeface, Zapfino. And yet, each is different. How is that done? John will show you how to be an expert caligrapher in a flash. No ink. No pen. Just a few mouse clicks.
John shows you how to get characters like these and thousands of others.
Learn how to do stylistic variations like these...and much more!