If you know your system is valid for this bug you can skip the steps from A) thru D).
A) When you import the XML (from XTI or XTE) using the TextUp Motion template everything looks okay. You can render and everything will look fine in playback.
B) But the look can be fooling. To check select a centered title with quite a lot of text - like the one above - and copy it.
C) Create a new project with the same settings and paste the title.
Depending on text you might see a difference immediately or not.
D) To make sure double click the title in the timeline - this will select all text and make the text region (bounding box) visible.
E) Go back to the original timeline. Select one of the titles. In the 'Timeline Index' select all affected titles. Activate the timeline.
F) In the 'Inspector' select the 'Text Inspector' tab and select the 'All Caps Size' in the 'Basic' section and change it slightly.
In this example from 80.0 to 80.01.
Alex Gollner had this nice idea to use the 'All Caps Size' since it forces FCP to re-draw the text and normally has no influence on the visual appearance of open captions.
But be careful! You can't set the modified value back to normal even if everything looks okay - remember: the look can be fooling. It will re-introduce the bug.
You have to quit FCP, relaunch and reset the value - if needed.
A) Create a project and add a TextUp Caption Title.
Go to the 'Title Inspector' and make sure everything is set to default - especially the 'Title Safe' must be set to 'EBU Digital 68% 90%'
Double click the title. Using the text box handles adjust the margins until they match your needs. In this example I used a 80% width and a 90% height of screen.
B) Export as XML with descriptive name.
C) In either X-Title Importer or X-Extractor select 'Custom' for the 'Title type' when converting to titles.
This will force a given template setting to be overwritten in FCP.
You can create one or more custom templates.
The settings will kept when you quit X-Title.
Easy as 123
Ah, simple as:
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more to come...