In this video I show you one way that you can create the Star Wars credit roll effect that moves into infinity, using Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 10.

This tutorial is only very rough and wont work for everyone, because you need the exact version of Vegas to do this method. Only by using Sony Vegas Pro can you create this effect accurately.

Update June 2013

Please Note ! If you are using Sony Movie Studio Platinum 12 Suite or Imagination Studio 4, then there is a new and improved method for creating the Star Wars Credit Roll text effect. Follow the link below to updated tutorial:

How to Create the Star Wars Credit Roll Effect with New Blue Titler EX


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    Bas · 23:04 05/04/2016
    WTF use 3D effect in track properties and turn 30° whole track where text media is. then animate scrolling text media (normal from down to up by using video event pan/crop OR with using ending scrolls - these are always with animated scrolling)

    but i have nowhere found how to fix continuing of these scrolls, program will cut it off after a while (so you can actually see them vanishing - and original starwars scrolls do not vanish stuff after stuff but disappear in infinity) , it does not look too bad but...
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      · 20:12 06/04/2016
      This is an old tutorial that was made specifically for [b]Movie Studio Platinum[/b] users who DO NOT have access to 3D effect - this is a Vegas Pro feature only. I would never use this technique in Vegas Pro.