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    Can't open title tool?

    Running Avid 2018.5. Trying to open title tool and it tells me to install New Blue Titler. Not interested in using that tool. Any thoughts about getting this open?

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  • Mon, Apr 15 2019 3:54 PM In reply to

    Re: Can't open title tool?

    Are you using the T on the Timeline controls or right click and add title? Both assume and prompt for the New Blue titler sadly.

    Choose Clip new title and then Avid Title Tool (check title in settings as well to make sure its not defaulted to New Blue

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  • Mon, Apr 15 2019 3:55 PM In reply to

    Re: Can't open title tool?

    What is your project format? If I recall correctly, the basic title tool won't work in projects higher than HD, which could be why you're seeing the message you're seeing.

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