Text Effect Workout: Fading out Text Tutorials

Photoshop text and layer tools can be used to create absolutely awesome effects. Along with graphic collages you can easily combine animations by aligning multiple layers. It turns out that most effects adopted in web design were invented by movie makers, as the one we’re talking about today. In case you’d like to add some mystery to your site you can use fading text that looks nice in fact. We’d like to show how to create fading text effect in Photoshop, Adobe Flash or with Javascript.

Fading text effect can be created within several minutes either in Photoshop or in Adobe Flash. This simple but pretty gleaming text adds some mystery to your site. But as always don’t overuse because you may turn your site into garland lights (and your will unintentionally harm your website).

So today we’ve put a list of tutorials, including video lessons and step-by-step tuts, they help you stay up to date on the latest trends and techniques.

Fading Text with Flash

Making fading text is very easy in flash. It is much like a motion tween, but instead of it moving, it changes its alpha levels. This tutorial shows you the basic method.

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Simple Fade In and Fade Out Animated Text Using Photoshop CS6

In this tutorial you will learn how to create animated text in Photoshop CS6 making it fade in and fade out.

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Photoshop Fade Text Effect tutorial [EASY]

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Flash Video Tutorial in English

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Creating Fade in Fade out Text in Flash CS5

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Macromedia flash tutorial: fading text effect

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After Effects CS6 Tutorial: Text Fade Transition

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Text Fade After Effect

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Sony Vegas Tutorials | Media Import, Fade and Text

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How to make ‘fade in and out text’ in after effect

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Photoshop CS5 – Fading Text Animation Tutorial

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Fading in text using the DOM

Fading backgrounds may no longer be the rage, but fading text in all likelihood will prove a lot more enduring. Below we will do with scripting what Java and Flash have “been there done that” with- fade text gradually into view Brought to you by the new DOM of IE5 and NS6.

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