Anybody know this font?

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  1. burrit0

    burrit0 Registered Member

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    Not really sure where to post this but it came from a video so why not social media. All the guy goes it make videos from Powerpoint and they seem to be converting pretty well. I want to know what the font in this video is.

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    If you know any other fonts that are interesting by not ridiculous, let me know. I'm trying to do a CB video without kinetic typography that isn't boring.

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  2. shortguy014

    shortguy014 Junior Member

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    Hey I think your best bet is Toronto Gothic Regular. And alternate the Y displacement of each letter so you get that weird scraggly up and down look of each letter.
     
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    Found you some close matches: bit.ly/zm86BD

    Sorry cant post links yet not enough rep...
     
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  4. burrit0

    burrit0 Registered Member

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    Looks pretty good, thanks for the responses. Most PPT videos look rather bland but the alternating Y makes it stand out more.
     
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    Fuggz Power Member

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    Code:
    http://new.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/results?ch%5B0%5D=B&ch%5B1%5D=U&ch%5B2%5D=T&ch%5B3%5D=T&ch%5B4%5D=H&ch%5B5%5D=E&ch%5B6%5D=R&ch%5B7%5D=E&ch%5B8%5D=%27&ch%5B9%5D=S&ch%5B10%5D=g&ch%5B11%5D=o&ch%5B12%5D=O&ch%5B13%5D=D&ch%5B14%5D=N&ch%5B15%5D=E&ch%5B16%5D=W&ch%5B17%5D=S&ch%5B18%5D=&ch%5B19%5D=&ch%5B20%5D=&wtfserver=aws_wtf1&id=000326d64f1952cd00012e7d000015d6&glyphcount=21&imageid=0&x=79&y=33
     
  6. burrit0

    burrit0 Registered Member

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    I have been playing around with a few fonts recently but I can't find an easy way to alternate the Y displacement. Is there an easy way to do that in Powerpoint or a text editor?