How to use Simple Titles for Premiere Pro
Simple titles is a bundle of 10 title templates for Premiere Pro. The titles are pre-animated and easy adjustable with the help of an included tutorial video.
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The title templates have a simple and modern design.
All titles are pre-animated with an incoming and outgoing transition.
The templates are designed for easy adjustments in text content and duration.
This free designer pack comes with 10 pre-animated lower thirds titles in an elegant and simple design. Both 1080p and 4K versions are available.
These templates make use of the new Essential Graphics in Premiere Pro CC 2017. We’ve made it possible for you to change the text and colors of all elements with a click of a button.
- Compatible with Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, CC2013, CC2014 and CC2016. Your download contains two working versions.
- This product falls under the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. Click here for more info.
How to install
This Designer Pack consists out of 10 Premiere Pro sequences. Simply, drag the entire project file into the project that you’re working in.
Premiere Pro will then ask you how you’d like to import the project. Select ‘Import Entire Project’.
For instructions on how to use Simple Titles, please watch the tutorial video on the top of the page.
I see the error “This project appears to be damaged. It can not be opened”?
The project is not damaged, instead it’s just not compatible with your version of Premiere Pro. Please try both versions from your download or updating your software.
When exporting the sequence I get “error compiling movie”.
This is a problem with the project settings. Head to your main menu and select File, Project Settings, General. Then change your renderer setting to “Mercury Playback Engine Software Only”.
Every time i change the text, all texts change.
When you like to use one template multiple times, you will need to duplicate the source texts in your project window and than adjust the new text of those copies. We wish there was a better way, but that’s how Premiere Pro works. Click here for a tutorial on how to do it.