Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating and editing titles, part of Up and Running with Premiere Pro CS6.
I've got my simple sequence here ready to add some titles to. …So let's have a look at using the Title tool to create something, something for …the opening and something as a rolling title at the end. …First of all, I'm going to line up my play head over this shot, so I can use it as a …place holder. And then I'm just going to press Ctrl+T or …Cmd+T on the keyboard to bring up the New Title dialog. …Now before I go in, of course, I can do this by clicking on the New Item button …in the Project panel and choosing Title, or I can go to the File menu and choose …New and choose Title there. You'll notice I could also automatically …create a Photoshop file that has the right dimensions for my sequence.…
So anyway, I'm going to press Ctrl T, Cmd T. I'm going to call this the text that's going to …be in it. This is a film called Double Identity. …You'll notice everything is all set correctly for my sequence. …So, I'll click OK and here I am in the Title tool. …Now, because the Title tool uses object orientated design, I need to have an item …
- Get editing quickly with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6
- Creating a new project or sequence
- Importing media
- Editing essentials
- Making changes
- Working with transitions
- Editing and mixing audio
- Adding video special effects
- Creating dynamic titles
- Exporting frames, clips, and sequences
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Getting Started with Premiere Pro CS6
2. Premiere Pro Projects
3. Importing Media
4. Editing Essentials
5. Making Changes
6. Working with Transitions
7. Editing and Mixing Audio
8. Adding Video Special Effects
9. Creating Dynamic Titles
10. Exporting Frames, Clips, and Sequences
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