By Rob Garrott | Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Adobe Premiere Pro has a robust titler built in, including the ability to create title rolls and crawls. However, Adobe After Effects has even more advanced tools, including hundreds of Animation Presets for type, Shape Layers (to build additional graphic elements such as lower third bars), and a combination of Layer Styles and Effects to further enhance the final look. If you have either the Production Premium or Master Collection suites, Premiere Pro and After Effects can talk to each other using Adobe Dynamic Link, which makes this process more fluid. In this course instructor Chris Meyer explains the general process of using After Effects to create refined lower thirds for Premiere Pro, including sharing some After Effects design ideas. Although this course is aimed at intermediate Premiere Pro users who have some After Effects experience, beginning After Effects users will also find this course to be full of useful tips, exposing them to numerous areas of the program.
Interested in more?
• The full Premiere Pro and After Effects: Creating Title Graphics course
• All 3D + animation courses on lynda.com
• All courses on After Effects
• Courses by Chris Meyer on lynda.com
Suggested courses to watch next:
• After Effects CS5.5 New Features• After Effects Apprentice 04: Layer Control• After Effects CS5 Essential Training• CINEMA 4D: Rendering Motion Graphics for After Effects
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