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Adobe Title Designer Projects for Premiere Pro
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Adobe Title Designer Projects

Tim Kolb

Tim Kolb
Appleton, Wisconsin USA
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Article Focus:
Cow Leader Tim Kolb shares some great Premiere Pro projects for Adobe Title Designer. Originally created for PPro v. 1.5, they work great with CS2 and CS3 as well. These are presented courtesy of www.stevengotz.com, the resource site of Cow leader Steven Gotz.


Projects using the Adobe Title Designer

Tim Kolb's Glare Project

Click on the image to see a WMV file exported from the project.

Read the Readme file included in the Zip file. This project is set up in PPro 1.5.1, DV settings.

In this project, Tim is demonstrating how you can use a few simple titles and some track matte effects and make a pretty compelling logo with a “light” glaring across it.

Render it, and then analyze it. Tim is a pro, and all of us can learn from his methods. Tear it apart, rearrange it. Have fun. Learn from it.

 

Tim Kolb's Ring of Text Project

Click on the image to see a WMV file exported from the project.

Read the Readme file included in the Zip file. This project is set up in PPro 1.5.1, DV settings.

Some of you probably remember seeing the opening for some sports show or awards show at some point that used a ring of text rotating around a center object.  That's the feel Tim is going for here.

Render it, and then tear it apart. Have fun. Learn from it.

 

Tim Kolb's Horror Project

Click on the image to see a WMV file exported from the project.

Read the Readme file included in the Zip file. This project is set up in PPro 1.5.1, DV settings.

You can see what can be done using only the Title Designer to create graphic layers as well as text.  Try some different fonts to see what look works for you.

Render it, and then tear it apart. Have fun. Learn from it.

 

Feel free to discuss these projects in the Creative Cow's Adobe Premiere Pro community!

Thanks to www.stevengotz.com and Tim Kolb for permission to reprint this!


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Comments

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by adgrogan
Tim

I thoroughly enjoyed your insight Thanks you.

I have a question. How do I keep the second image (background image from floating as the person moves? I have a square on the wall that was a blue screen. I dropped a map into the squares which is now the background image. But as the person walks away from the wall, the map floats. How can I keep the map stationary? Do I have to key frame to sinc? I've been fighting this one scene for a week.

Thanks

Jackie
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