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If you choose the Multiple version, they hold in place for a moment and then vanish just in time for the next set of titles to appear and blossom. The iMovie Titles Catalog Spread from Center Stripe Subtitle Speed slider: Controls total time onscreen Direction control: None This effect creates what the pros call a lower third--a stripe across the bottom of the picture where the text identifes, for example, the name and affliation of the person being interviewed. The tinted background is an unusual touch. Oddly enough, clicking the Color swatch here doesn't let you change the color of the text, as it usually does. (Stripe Subtitle text is always white.) Instead, it specifes the background color of the stripe itself. Odder still, the stripe always stops just shy of the screen's right edge. Stripe Subtitle Subtitle Speed slider: Controls total time onscreen Direction control: None This effect gives you the more traditional look for a "lower third" title, one that identifes the person or place being shown in the footage. The text quietly fades in, chapter7:titles,captions,andcredits 209