The library in StretchCast's Title Designer includes collections of preset attributes that you can use to customize objects in your design. Attributes include styles, effects, transitions, shapes, and lighting.
- Open a graphic in the Title Designer.
- Select an object in your design that you want to customize with attributes from the library.
- Click the Library panel's Expand icon to open the library.
Tip: Choose View > Library to show or hide the Library panel. There is a checkmark next to the Library command when the Library panel is visible.
- Select one of the following types of attribute from the drop-down list at the top of the Library panel.
- Effects — Create animations, warps, and more. For more details, see Add effects to objects.
- Lighting — Control a scene's lighting, camera angle, camera width, and more. For more details, see Customize lighting and camera settings.
- Paragraph templates — Apply complete paragraph designs that include various combinations of attributes. To further customize paragraphs, see Add styles to text and objects.
- Shapes — Add predesigned circles and rectangles. For more details, see Add and modify shapes in custom graphics.
- Styles — Control the look and feel of 2D and 3D objects, including font, alignment, kerning, color, transparency, bevel, extrusion, and more. For more details, see Add styles to text and objects.
- Transitions — Add and customize transitions to create in and out animations, fly-ins, warps, zooms, and more. For more details, see Add transitions to objects.
- If necessary, double-click a category folder to view attributes in that collection.
- Double-click a folder in the library to view designs in that collection.
- Hover your pointer over a thumbnail image to preview that attribute on the selected object in your design.
- Double-click a thumbnail image to apply that attribute your design.
- Repeat the previous steps to customize other objects in your design.