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Hello everyone and on this tutorial we’ll be showing how to create a moving words banner. GIF banner and let’s get started. And you just take this—where is it? Well, over here. It’s over here well here. It’s going to well here’s how it’s going to look like when I press play.
Okay, I don’t have that much time, so I will just make a really fast tutorial. 468x60, so when set up three ways. This is fault one since this is a simple tutorial. Scroll that open up the layers make a new layer pass by pressing floppy disk.
Once this done well the text is white, but we’re going to change the background and I spot one something wrong, so about that, change that. Now once that’s done, you would like to add something else press FX on the bottom drop shadow distance the arrows stroke to black size one.
Once that’s done move, this to the top. It’s like animation, but just go to animation and then once you’re there, this should be this right here this arrow, press it. You would like to press position, and it should be a yellow diamonish thingy mark. Now move this down okay just put it back up. Well, press position again, move it to any time you want. I might just put it to one second. Now move this down, and there should be a grey mark.
Now you want to move to left to right just move the time frame and just move it. Now we’ll just going to bring this down to another second and move this down. Now it should be done once we press play. We make it go forever. If you don’t want to press the picture frame right here, so now it’s going to be like this. Frame by frame. Once put it to forever. Now press play, and as you can see it moved down.
Now it should have, but apparently it didn’t. Let me try it again. But anyway, this is a quick simple tutorial on how to do it. So thank you for watching comment, rate and subscribe.