Hy when I render a png sequence in videoscribe and put it as transparent layer in premiere pro I get a light white box behind the text (see Image 1). I opened a png image in photoshop and picked the white box with the magic wand tool you can see in Image 2. Is this a videoscribe bug? It is to complicated to edit allthe images in photoshop.
Just so you guys are aware this is logged as a bug with the VideoScribe development team (ref #VS-3523) and I have linked this forum to that as well so we can drop an update here as and when it's fixed
I found this thread because I just ran into the same problem. This seems like an issue that was added for the Dev team in 2016. Any update on this? Thanks!
It's not been worked on as yet. Not many people use this functionality and we don't see it reported often so it's not high of the hit list but I'll make sure it's on the product managers radar for you.
Thank you! And also a huge thanks to Axel for the workaround above. That really helped me out!
I had this problem. Making the text "60% Solid" (rather than 100% solid) made the boxes unnoticeable for me. It might not be an acceptable solution for all but perhaps an option for some.
Nickolas really hit the nail on the head. After some testing, I think if you reduce the text opacity to even 99% it will remove the unsightly rectangle. However, I only tested in in videoscribe with dark backgrounds. If anyone else uses the opacity technique, please let us know here if it worked for you!
Screenshot below has been curve-adjusted to make the artifact more visible:
Mike (videoscribe user)
Excellent find Nickolas and thanks for showing an example Mike!