Yes. Choose EDIT > Change all texts.... Learn more
Yes. Choose EDIT > Change all textures.... Learn more
You can change the font size with the Font size property. You can select this property with the dropdown above the 3 sliders. You can change the fontsize itself with the 1st slider.
A BluffTitler animation is built out of layers and every layer can have its own font size. You can select a layer with the dropdown list box above the Play button.
For more info about using fonts in BluffTitler click here.
Yes. The installer comes with hundreds ready to use demo shows, presets and examples.
You can open a demo show by choosing FILE > Open show.... You can play the show by clicking on the Play button.
More shows can be found in the community.
BixPack offers professional royalty free templates.
We advise you to try the evaluation version before ordering. The purpose of the evaluation, or demo version is for you to find out if the app meets your requirements. You can download the free evaluation version here.
The answer is yes. BluffTitler can export its animations as AVI and MP4 files. Those are widely supported video formats and every video and animation app on this planet can import at least one of those formats. You can export a show by choosing FILE > Export as video...
Tips for importing BluffTitler created videos into other software can be found here.
BluffTitler has been designed for the creation of short videos and special effects. We advise you to split your video into small BluffTitler projects and use your video editing app (NLE) to mix them together.
When you purchase BluffTitler you receive your own personal license keys. Entering them into the app by choosing SETTINGS > Enter license keys... removes the DEMO text. Learn more about buying BluffTitler
This is explained here.
Apart from the above limitations, all features are enabled allowing you to fully test BluffTitler before purchasing the full version.
Yes. The BluffTitler installer does NOT install new codecs, DirectShow filters, DLLs, old DirectX versions or other system files. It also does not alter the priorities of the already installed codecs and DirectShow filters. Therefore the performance of your other video and animation apps is not in danger.
If you want you can download the app as a ZIP file from the download page.
You can find the system requirements here. We advise you to try the evaluation version before ordering. The purpose of the evaluation, or demo version is for you to find out if the app meets your requirements.
A new PC with Windows 7 or higher almost always comes with a DirectX 11 compatible graphics card. To be sure, you can do one of the following things:
If the installer does not work you can download the app as a ZIP file.
Enter your license keys exactly as you received them. Take care of the following:
A good trick is to ask somebody else to enter your keys. For some reason it is impossible to see typing errors after staring at the same 3 words for longer than 10 seconds.
The solution can be found on this page
Use the standard Windows SETTINGS > System > Apps & features page to run the uninstaller.
The installer only deletes or reverts the shows that were installed by the previous installer.
Choose FILE > Export as video.... Learn more
Unless you have a very fast hard disk and lots of memory, a video file is always a compromise between sharpness and smoothness:
Exporting uncompressed gives you the best possible image quality, but the files are huge and it won't play without stuttering.
Exporting compressed gives you small files and a smooth playing animation, but the individual frames look not as sharp.
For this reason exported shows will never look as good as when played in realtime by BluffTitler.
Take the getting started lesson.
Choose FILE > Set background colour....
You can make the texts smaller and bigger with the Font size property. When you select this property with the dropdown above the 3 sliders you can use the 1st slider to change the font size.
Choose MEDIA > Change texture... or press <F9>.
Select the text layer and choose LAYER > Attach layer > Attach particles to active layer....
Delete all layers except the container layer and save the show under a different name. Open the show you want the container in, press <Control> M and select the container show.
You do not have to: layers are automatically sorted by their distance to the camera. Only in the situation where you have more than a single 2D picture layer, manually rearranging makes sense. To move a layer up choose LAYER > Bring active layer forward.
Move the mouse cursor to any edge or corner of the window until a double headed arrow appears. Once this arrow appears click the mouse and drag it up, down, left, right, or diagonally.
Simply move the layer to an invisible position.
Yes. Choose SETTINGS > Options... and set the home page.
You can export an animation with transparency info (32 bits RGBA) by choosing FILE > Export as video and selecting the Uncompressed AVI with transparency radio button.
Select Start > Windows System > Run and type %appdata%. Choose the folder Outerspace Software / BluffTitler.
BluffTitler combines the latest video and 3D techniques so make sure your system is up-to-date. In our experience it is possible to fix all stability problems by performing the following steps:
Shows that use big textures, video and audio files can take long to load. If the application does not respond it does not always mean that it has crashed. Sometimes patience is all you need.
Remember that all pictures have to be stored as uncompressed textures on your graphics card. A JPG picture might be small in bytes, but the number of pixels is the only thing that counts. For example a picture with a resolution of 4096 x 3072 pixels always takes up 48 MB, no matter its filesize. And realize that by quadrupling the resolution, the number of pixels increases 4x4=16 times!!! A resolution of 1024 x 768 only requires 3 MB (3x16=48)
Make sure the resolution and framerate of your BluffTitler project matches your NLE project. Choose FILE > Set show resolution... to set the resolution and choose FILE > Export as video... to set the framerate.
Tips for exporting your show can be found here.