The Super Title is a motions graphics template for Adobe Premiere Pro. It’s a super versatile template, meaning you can change almost anything you want. Create your own unique animations and color schemes.
The most versatile template ever made for Premiere Pro. Create custom motion graphics!
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Change almost anything you want with the Graphic Essentials panel in Premiere Pro.
Update CC 2017 of Adobe came with an all new Essential Graphics window. This allows creators to make a template inside After Effects and share it with Premiere Pro users, who on their turn can easily adjust the text, colors and more.
Although it seems easy for most end users, adding more options into such a template isn’t so convenient. But with the Super Title, we break that rule!
We’ve made one template file that is packed with tons of pre-made options. You can chose different text and background animations, add extra touches to it like a bounce effect or 3D text and change the colors of any element.
On top of that we’ve made the impossible possible, by giving the option to change the text font. This is not possible through the essential graphics, but we’ve found a way around it!
We’ll constantly update this template with new features. Whenever a new update is released, we’ll notify you via email (see form above).
- Compatible with Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017 and above
- You need to have Adobe After Effects CC 2017 (or above) installed in order to make the template work in Premiere Pro.
- This product falls under the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license. Click here for more info.
How to install
To start, make sure you have Adobe After Effects installed as well. You don’t need to open it, just have it installed.
There’re basically two options to install the templates. First is via the Essential Graphics Panel. Click on the button in the top right which says ‘Install Motion Graphics Template…’. Simply locate the Super Title file from your download.
Premiere Pro tells me that After Effects is not installed.
This is a known bug. Please try to restart Premiere Pro or your computer. If the issue keeps coming back, try to open and close After Effects.
The file format is not supported
Make sure you have the latest update of Premiere Pro and After Effects installed. Don’t import or drag the template files into Premiere Pro, but use the Essential Graphics panel to install the templates. (see tutorial on the top of the page)