Learn about how to copy and paste between a word processor and Premiere Pro. Explore formatting the titles.
- [Instructor] In this title of sequence, we have two kinds of credits, the actor names, and then there are a few names with role and title such as music editor, director of photography and more. So let's see how we can design each kind using this selected font that we've chosen in the previous movie. So I'm continuing from where I left off. I saved my progress. If you want to follow along the name of the sequence here is Venus Edit 03 and then I'll select those two redundant title styles by shift clicking on them and press delete to remove them. Then I'll grab the title on the right. This is the font that we're going to use, and I'll bring it to the edge of the title safe area. Now, I think that I want to reduce the font size. Let's go with 50 for a moment. And because we've chosen a slab-serif font, even in lower sizes, the text is still legible. Now, to give it more authority and importance, I'm going to introduce a little bit of a gap between each of the letters also known as tracking. So I'll highlight these option and I'll type in 200 to create a space between the letters. And later in After Effect, my plan is to animate this space. Now I want to animate it from the center. So because this is the plan I'll select the center align. And this means that when we'll bring this title to after effects and create an animation for the tracking, it will remember the alignment that we are setting here in Premiere Pro. Then I'm just going to drag it and place it over here. And I'm also going to take the title clip itself and drag it to video number three. So it will be above all the footage clips in our case truck one and two, I'm also going to trim these. So it will take more or less half of the duration of this clip, because I know that I need to create another title at the opposite side, but for now I'll take the playhead and place it over here because I want to create another style. And this one will be on top of this cave shot. So I'll switch back to the word document, which is still open on my machine and I'll take the credit of the Director of photography. I'll copy it to memory return to a Premiere Pro, and then I'll click on the type tool, click somewhere over here and press paste to paste this title over here. Now, premiere will remember the last treatment that I created. So some of the former is already working here for free. Now I do need to make few adjustments, so select those columns and then the space after them, and then press return to make sure that the title will be divided to two lines. Then I'll return back to the selection tool. I'll open up the text over here I'll scroll down to see the color field. And in these case, I know what I want. So I'll click on the color chip and I'll set the U to 33 degrees the saturation to 45 and the brightness to 85, which will create these bright pale yellow. Next I'll make sure that this is also centered line. And I'm just going to drag this over here. Now in this case, I think that the description, the first line over here should be treated differently. So I'll double click on it to select only this line and then I'll change the tracking to let go with 120. And I'm also going to change the font weight to medium. And then finally I'll select the entire thing, by clicking again on the selection tool and I'll change the lading between those two lines to negative 15, to make them a bit closer, as well as take this graphic, place it above those two video tracks at video number three, and then of course trim it, so it will be shorter. And these are the two styles. In the next movie I'll show you how to create wait and master style for them. So you can apply it to all the titles and save some time before exporting this project to After Effect and start to work on those titles over there.