In the last part of this tutorial, we are going to add the spotlight effect that you may have noticed in the preview video from the first part of this exercise. Let's take another look. As the text tilts and swivels, you should see a glare that moves on its surface:
Let's now learn how to add that effect.
Make sure that the "Basic 3D" title clip on the Timeline is still selected. Then in the Effect Controls window, make sure that the Show Specular Highlight property of the Basic 3D video effect is checked. This will add that spotlight effect you saw in the preview above.
To be able to preview the Specular Highlight, you will need to render your sequence. Choose Sequence > Render Work Area from the main menu in order to render a preview.
Then just wait for Premiere to finish rendering.
Once rendering is finished, you should be able to view your sequence in the Program view of the Monitor window and see the specular highlight applied.
And that concludes this tutorial on Working with Adobe Premiere Pro's Basic 3D Video Effect.
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