Supertitles sound like a pretty straightforward affair, or at least they did to me when I took on this job. Type them up, throw them up on a screen, and done. Might take a while, but it's all pretty much grunt work. Right? Turns out that is not the case at all. There is a fine art to crafting supertitles that are clearly legible and non-redundant, and running them is not easy either. Here's what I learned about what makes good supertitles:
512 slides created and run in PowerPoint.
Video and photos courtesy of Eric Meyer