Creating a lower third


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Creating a lower third

During many sporting events and interviews, you'll often see a little bar come across the bottom of the screen that will describe what's going on, like this dude is flying on the snowboard or this person is talking about this and they have this authority, or whatever. And that bar, typically at the bottom or towards the bottom of the screen, is referred to as a lower third. Now don't let the name fool you. Lower third does not mean that it's going to be like at that third mark, or it's going to take up a third of the screen, or anything like that. It could be above the subject. Typically, it's just a line at the bottom stating what's going on.

Now ideally you want to design something like this in a design program like Photoshop, or Illustrator, or even Adobe After Effects. But if you don't have access to those things in a pinch, you can actually use the Titler in Premiere to create titles. We are going to be looking at making a lower third in the Titler righ...

Creating a lower third
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Creating a lower third provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Premiere Pro CS5 Essential Training

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