What is the easiest way to create a title when you are inside of Adobe Premiere Pro? You can create a title with Premiere’s Titler. How do you create a title with Premiere Pro’s Titler? In this movie, author Luisa Winters demonstrates how you can easily create a title style with Adobe Premiere Pro’s Titler.
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- The same reasons that we have to create templates apply to creating styles. Maybe we like the particular look of a text and we'd like to use that look on a different title. Well, we can, provided we save the style. We already know that Premiere Pro comes with different styles, and we can add more to these. Let's see how. Open Sequence 2.5, Styles. Let's go ahead and double-click this title so that it opens in the titler.
Now, we could create a style simply by selecting what we already have in here. But let's create a new one. So I'm gonna move the text separate from the box so that we can see them both clearly. Now, I'm gonna select the rectangle, and I'll change some properties from it. For example, I'll change this from being linear gradient to being a radial gradient, and maybe I'll change the colors. I'll change the first color to a blue, and I'll change the second color maybe to a orange-yellow.
And notice what happens if I move the color stops closer to each other. I think I also want to repeat this a little bit. And I will add a sheen. And I'll change the size of the sheen a little bit, and the color.
Now I can save this as a style simply by going to the title styles and choosing New Styles. Now, I have to make sure that I have that selected to save it as a new style. So selected, click on the panel menu for Styles, and then choose New Styles. Give it any name you want, I'll call mine Louisa01, and click OK. The style is now going to be available all the way at the bottom.
You will see it right here. To use it, all I need to do is select it, so I'm going to delete this rectangle, I'll draw a new rectangle, and now I'm going to change the styles, including using the one that I just created. I think I'm gonna go back to one of the other styles that I had, maybe this one right here. For the text, it works identically.
I can change the style to whatever I want. So for example, I wanna change this font to look differently. Maybe I want the Vivaldi font. Maybe I want for the fill to be solid, and I just wanna change the color to maybe bright yellow. And I'm not gonna have an outer stroke or a drop shadow. Just like that.
And I'll move it here. I'm gonna save that as a style, and I'll just call it Louisa02. And there it is at the bottom. Now, I want you to notice that when I moved the title on top of the other rectangle, it actually went behind. In Premiere's titler, you don't have layers like what you have in Photoshop, but you can right-click, arrange, and send to back.
Now this is going to be under the other title. Notice that it's hard to read, so you can change this to any of the other styles that we have in here so that you can have a title that is contrasting with its background. If you wanted to load styles, maybe from another system or whatever, you can click on the panel menu and choose Append Style Library. This is going to let you choose title designer templates that are going to have an extension of PRSL.
Very, very easy. Anything that you load like that will be appended to the end. If you want to save the styles that you have, all you have to do is click on the panel menu and choose Save Style Library. To reset it, just choose Reset Style Library, and if you want to replace it for one that maybe you created in a different system, just choose Replace and load the other one.
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- Creating title templates and styles
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- Using Photoshop for multilayer titles
- Creating lower thirds in InDesign
- Creating vector graphics for titles in Illustrator