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Premiere Pro has quite a few title templates that we can use and modify to quickly create professional looking titles. In this short tutorial Andrew will show you how to find and modify the standard templates, and then how to turn your own title creations into templates that you can use across all your projects.



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NOTE: Although not essential, it may help to have seen Spicing up your titles in Premiere Pro before you watch this tutorial.


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Re: Using & Creating Title Templates
by Eva Birch
This is a brilliant tutorial, I saved a lot of time when I worked out how to create text templates in premiere pro. I also found the following information useful when I was trying to work out how to create text templates. goo.gl/er1dFj
Re: Using & Creating Title Templates
by Michel Munier
Thank you Andrew, Very clear tutorial.
I got to your video searching for a way of saving a fully time line edited tittle. That is with transition (fade in out) position, movement, and size. All this to have a template where all this things have been created and needs only to be changed as needed in next application.
Is it possible (I'm using CS4 PP) I read somewhere about nested sequence of which would be a title but need to read it again to see if it does what I want. I remember they use key frame for opacity instead of V transition but I guess the result is the same.
MM
Re: Using & Creating Title Templates
by Andrew Devis
Hi Raymundo, I don't really know why it is happening, but you could try a couple of things. Firstly, check for any updates and make sure you have the latest version. Secondly, open your project, reset your work space, save your project and shut down PP. PP should remember the last saved state and should open properly after that. If not, I think you may need to contact technical support. Hope this helps. Andrew

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Re: Using & Creating Title Templates
by Raymundo Mendes
Andrew, I am having issues with my titles when I create them. Whenever I create a new title it opens up with the title area minimized. If I close the title and reset the workspace the next title will come up with the title area in view. Any thoughts on what may be causing this?
Re: Using & Creating Title Templates
by Jamie Stahler
Andrew, I'm working on a project in NTSC. When I create a new title, it comes out very pixelated. I thought it was the preview but when I exported it to a Quicktime file, it was still pixelated. To me, this should have been the easiest part of the project. Any thoughts?
@Jamie Stahler
by Andrew Devis
Hi Jamie

Sorry to hear you're having problems. To be honest with you I can't think of a reason why you should have this problems except that either it is a font issue or that the title is very small and being scaled up significantly.. Try using some of the title styles on the title to see if you still get the same problem with different styles. If so, you may need to talk to techincal support.

hope this helps
Andrew

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Re: Using & Creating Title Templates
by Andrew Devis
Hi Dave, thanks for your comment. I am pleased you are finding them helpful as I am planning plenty more so that I can help people get the most out of this very powerful application. Andrew

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Using & Creating Title Templates
by Dave Lowden
Andrew, I am new to Adobe CS5 (actually all video software) and as a beginner I really appreciate your tutorials. This is the second one I have seen - after bin structure - and they are quite helpful. Thank you. Dave
Re: Tutorial: Using & Creating Title Templates
by Pushpanatha de Silva
Thx Andrew..U r doing a good service for all amatures in APPro. Excellent taching tutorials with all techniques. Ur help is much appreciated. Keep passing/sharing ur knowledge with others.
Pushpa


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