Once all the other titles are in place, we can animate them using the enormous preset library that ships with Titler Pro. This is a fun and creative process which is very easy to pull off. In this movie, author Eran Stern demonstrates these other animation presets and effects that can be found in Titler Pro.
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- Once all the other titles are in place, we can animate them using the enormous presets library that ships with this plugin. This is a fun and creative process, which is very easy to pull off. Okay, so as usual, we are going to double click on this item to open it inside the New Blue Titler Pro interface. Now let's animate it. So let's give ourselves a little more room to work over here and first we'll need to set up the timing.
So the word "next," this is actually going to start over here at 3 seconds, but the rest of them should come up a little bit later. So I'm going to select "Golf Town" which is the second line. And then move it to start at four seconds. I'm going to do the same for the "5" digit. And the last title over here which is representing the website, this is going to start, I think, at seven seconds.
Alright, so let's animate everything in. Have this nice falling cascade animation and then I'm going to select the next word, and I'm going to go to the library, trill down the transitions, and trill down the animations. And over here you have plenty of presets to choose from. So any time that you are selecting something, let's start with those city lights, and one of the elements in the timeline is highlighted, once I'm going to mouse over it, we are going to get a preview of how this is going to appear, which is a great way to work a very efficient one.
So I'm going to start with this infinity category and I'm going to hover the mouse on top of those presets to see what can work here. And you can see that some of them are going to animate the whole word, and some of them are going to do it letter by letter. So this is actually looking quite nice, the swoop down. Let's check the other ones, just to be safe. I think that I'm going to go with this swoop down. So double click, in order to apply it, and now you can also set the duration.
So the default duration is one second for this transition. I think that this is going to work quite nicely. Let's just leave it like this, and we'll deal with the timing later. We can also control the transition options over here under the transitions tab. But for now, let's move on and animate the rest of the elements. So let's select the "Golf Town" line. Once again I'm going to use the same method, so I'm just going to place my cursor over here where it starts, go to the library section, under the transitions animations.
I'm going to choose one of the Fly In options. So once again we can see how this is going to work, this is falling letters, this is falling words, and you get the idea. So I'm going to choose the falling letters, I think this is going to work quite nicely. Now I'm going to return to the "5" in a moment, but now let's just work on this last line over here. So once again, select it, now go to the library and this time let's select something from the turn category, so once again we can preview what we have over here.
So this is one by one. This looks actually nice. This is stealth letters, which I really like. And just so you know, you can mix and max between those presets. So for example, if you like the blinds, and you also like the stealth letters, just go ahead and click on both, and you can actually change the timing over here in the timeline, or modify the other settings and of course everything is going to work nicely together.
So in this case, I don't think that I need the first one, I'm just going to delete it and make sure that I'm only leaving these stealth letters. I'm also going to make it shorter because I think that this animation should be very quick. So something like this is going to work quite nicely. Alright, let's work on the 5 digit now. So once again, I'm going to select it, go to the library. This time, let's choose something from the Spin Back and as always, we can get a sense of how this is going to look, just by hovering above those animations.
Now I think that this is the one that I'm going to use, but in this case, I also want to combine it with some manual key framing. So first let's double click in order to apply it to the letter and then I'm going to scale this animation so it will be across 2 1/2 seconds, something very, very slow. And I also want to accompany it with my own manual key frames. And to do so, we need to return to the object tab, over here we can turn on key framing, and we can create a key frame over here where we are.
So this is going to be the final place that the title is going to land, and I'm going to go to the first key frame over here, select it, and change the position, basically to almost the maximum of this slider so the title is going to come from behind the camera and then settles in into place. Very, very nice. So let's just go to the beginning, I'm going to fold up all those layers, since I think that we've already finished to work on the animation itself, and I'm just going to preview it over here inside the interface.
So this is the first title, then the second one, and the third, and we are seeing that everything is working very nicely together. So now we are basically ready to render. Before doing so, I just want to save my current state and the way to do it is just to exit the Titler Pro interface, and this, of course, will save all the latest settings that we modified and update it over here inside premier pro. So this is how you can use the built-in presets library as well as add your manual key frames to animate titles quickly inside Titler Pro.
This course works through real-world scenarios, showcasing impressive type effects used to create visually stunning scenes. To make type integrate seamlessly with the footage, Eran demonstrates how to use tracking, rotoscoping, particles, distortions, camera effects, and more. Compositing is performed in Premiere Pro as the main editing hub. In addition to Photoshop and After Effects, the course also explores a PixelSquid plugin, a Bounce Pack set of transitions, ReelSmart Motion Blur, a Continuum Complete set of 3D objects, and some text design templates of Titler Pro 4. These third-party plugins are introduced to complement your workflow while keeping time spent outside the editing interface minimal. This course is designed to equip you with the skills needed to create promos, trailers, and openers that exhibit superb use of 3D titles.
- Creating 3D objects and type
- Rendering text
- Animating with motion and transitions
- Faking depth with rotoscoping
- Working with multiple layers
- Creating a shatter explosion
- Floating type in a liquid text simulation
- Attaching type to a moving object within a scene
- Adding motion graphics to movement within a scene