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Applying Burn Ins
When creating and rendering out cinematic movies, you may want to include overlays with information about the scene you are viewing such as the name of the shot, the date, time or frame information. These overlays are referred to as Burn Ins as they are burned into the movie when it is rendered out. Often times you will see this process as part of real world movie making to provide directors, editors or anyone viewing the scene with contextual information about the scene (some will even be watermarked with copyright information).
Sequencer allows you to apply burn ins to your rendered out movies and provides a default burn in with general information about the shot. In this guide we take a look at how to enable the default burn in options when rendering out your cinematics.
For this how-to we are using the Blueprint Third Person Template project and have created a small sample cinematic.
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