We all use titles in our work. In this title, Luisa Winters takes you through creating and optimizing titles and graphics using Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. She also shows you how to use tools that you already have to get the greatest impact with your titles and maximize the use of your time in the edit suite.
- I would like to thank you for watching this course.…Now, you have the tools to create titles that will…both communicate what you need to communicate,…and be super memorable.…Please, keep in mind that the techniques you saw…in this video are but a very small part of what…the different programs have to offer.…To learn more about these programs,…watch other courses found in the library.…You'll be thanking yourself for learning them better.…This is Luisa Winters.…Thank you so much for spending some time with me.…
See you next time.…
- Generating graphic backgrounds
- Using Premiere's Titler
- Creating title templates and styles
- Creating titles with After Effects
- Using Photoshop for multilayer titles
- Creating lower thirds in InDesign
- Creating vector graphics for titles in Illustrator
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Generating Graphic Backgrounds
2. Using Titler in Premiere
3. Using After Effects for Title Work
4. Creating Lower Thirds in InDesign
5. Creating Titles in Photoshop
6. Creating Titles in Illustrator
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