In the Quick view timeline, select the title clip or the clip on which the title is superimposed. In the Monitor panel, click the clip to select it, and then double-click the text to edit.
In the Expert view timeline, you may need to use the scroll bars along the right side to see a title on the Video track to which the title has been applied.
To move the insertion point, click between characters or use the Left Arrow and Right Arrow keys.
To select a single character or group of contiguous characters, drag from the blinking insertion-point cursor to highlight the characters.
To format an entire text or graphic object, click the object to select it, and then modify its attributes.
The words are automatically wrapped and a new line of text starts when the cursor reaches the safe-title margin.
Some object properties, such as fill color and shadow are common to all objects you create. Other properties are unique to text objects. You can find text controls such as font, font style, and type alignment, in the Adjust panel. You can also find text controls in the pop-up menu that appears when you right-click/ctrl-click a box in the Monitor panel.
A. Font options B. Font style options
You can quickly apply a favorite set of attributes (color, shadow, and so on) to any object by using the Styles section of the Adjust panel.
Many fonts include built-in variations, such as bold, italic, and narrow fonts. The specific variations depend on the font.