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You've created a title which you like, now you need to be able to create other titles that look and feel the same. How do you do that? And, what if you create a style that you then want to use in other projects? How do you save your style so it can be used elsewhere? Find out about the "New Title Based on Current Title" button, title styles and other tricks in this short Premiere Pro video tutorial.



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Re: Title Style Shortcuts: Additional question
by Mark Wesley
Andrew.
I think I've created a problem for myself. I appear to have deleted a title (premiere title) from my project. It's a lengthy credit roll and I really don't want to have to re-create it. Do you have any idea if and where Premiere saves these files and what to look for, i.e: what would their files extention be (if any)?
Thanks for your help.
Mark
@Mark Wesley
by Andrew Devis
Hi Mark

If you've actually saved a file it would have a prtl extention I think but it is unlikely unless you have actually saved it out.

The best thing to do is to go back to the folder where you have stored your project file and go and have a look in the 'Auto Save' folder you'll find there. That will have older version but only up to 5 if you've not set it up before. But check quickly as they over-write themselves at a rate of 1 every 20 mins if not set up otherwise.

Hope this helps
Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Tutorial: Title Style Shortcuts
by Pushpanatha de Silva
Hi Andrew, Thx for the Tute. Is there anyway of copying these tutorials and put them on a DVD, so when ever I need it, I can play and practice? At the moment I am writing the most important steps and put them in a folder for future use. Ur advice is much appreciated.
Re: Tutorial: Title Style Shortcuts
by Andrew Devis
Hi Pushpa, thanks so much for the encouragement. You sometime put the tutorials up on line and don't really know if they are making any difference or not, so it is great to hear from you.

I am sorry but as far as I am aware these tutorials are on-line only. I may consider a beginners DVD at some time in the future, but for now you can only watch them at http://www.creativecow.net .

As for future tutorials, I am planning to do a whole series of tutorials on the basics of Premiere Pro, Soundbooth, Encore and After Effects. I may also do some on Mocha, ProAnimator, Media Encoder and others ... so - watch this space!

Thank you again for you comment, I am pleased the tutorials are proving helpful ... next tutorial will be on the basics of sound editing within PP.

Andrew
@Pushpanatha de Silva
by Stefani Rice
You may also download Andrew's tutorials as podcasts and watch anytime on your mobile device. Just go to http://podcasts.creativecow.net/adobe-premiere-tutorials-podcast and subscribe with iTunes.

Thank you, and good luck.

Stefani Rice
Creative COW



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