- 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
- Hi, I'm Louisa Winters. We all use titles in our work. Intro and ending titles, lower thirds, scrolling titles, and many other types of infographics. In this course, we will go through creating and optimizing titles and graphics using Premier Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. We will use the tools that we already have with Creative Cloud to achieve the greatest impact with our titles and maximize our time in the Edit Suite.
We'll start by generating backgrounds and then we'll go through Premier's titler. We will then get into using some of the other applications. Starting with After Effects and continuing with InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator. Having a working knowledge of these applications, will help you create the best, most effective titles that will bring your creativity to a new level. Let's try it.
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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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