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This tutorial shows you how to add text behind other text to give a "moving" effect, this requires knowledge on layers.
End result:
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Step 1: Load the text, it MUST have a transparent background, then duplicate the layer (text made with gradient and drop shadow/outline object, I suggest to use another tutorial to make your text for full info on how to do it)
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Step 2: On the bottom layer, apply Blurs > Fragment with the following settings (rotation can be any choice)
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Step 3: Stay on the layer, and apply zoom blur, put the offset at the center of the text
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Step 4: Go to the layer settings, and bring the opacity bar down to liking (if you like it the way it is, you don't have to do this step)
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