Help with the opacity command

#21

Not sure what you mean but I have the idea of like the warning screen and stuff so I have overlay words that I want to fade in but they just appear without doing the fade… If that makes sense?

#22

Ooh sksksks. :joy: Try this instead.

#- Number
T- Time

Example:
@overlay SOCCERBALL opacity 1 in 3

Coding:
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity # in T

#23

The bigger the number, the slower the overlay will become fully visible. The lower the number, the faster the overlay will become visible.

#24

what does the opacity do

#25

Opacity makes the overlay invisible or see-through. :slight_smile:

#26

Do you want me send a video on what’s happening?

#27

Sure.

#28

The video won’t work, sorry! But just to try and really explain it the transition fade comes in with the background. Then, it sort of waits a moment and then the text overlay just appears, no fade or anything.

#29

I saw the first post you posted on this thread, and it said “@overlay MATURE AND LANGUAGE opacity to 1 in 3.5.” That might be your problem, take away ‘in’. But also, your overlay has AND which is a directing command. You might have to re upload that overlay and choose a different name.

#30

Yeah I ended up changing it instead of AND and it says I need the opacity to 1 in other whyse its ivalid.

#31

That’s wrong. It should be
@overlay OVERLAYNAME opacity # in T

#32

@overlay MATURE ALSO LANGUAGE opacity 1 in 3.5

#33

Yes that should work.

#34

For some reason it’s not but I think it’s got nothing to do with that because the issue is
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So it’s got something to do with the way I scaled it.

#35

Sen me a full picture of your script.

#36

I’ve only done that one thing.
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#37

By the side with the numbers on them, which one has a red box with an X so I can help a little better.

#38

The very first line

#39

Try INT. SPLASH - DAY or NIGHT

#40

Ok