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Chapter 10: Titling and the Titler

Creating and editing titles

The Titler is a versatile tool enabling you to create, not just titles and credits, but animated composites as well.

The Titler is a collection of related panels. You can close the panels within the Titler without closing the Titler. You can dock the panels to each other or to other parts of the interface. When the panels are not docked to the main workspace, they appear over the other panels, or float.

You can load more than one title into the Titler. You can choose the title you want to view by choosing its name in the Title tab menu. You can reopen a title when you want to change it or to duplicate it and base a new version on it.

For a video tutorial introducing the Titler, see the Adobe website.

For instructions on creating new titles based on existing titles, and on creating new templates, see the video tutorial Working With Custom Titles by Jon Barrie on the Creative COW website.

Philip Hodgetts provides tips for getting the best results when creating text or vector graphics for video in this article on the Creative COW website.

For additional tips, see "Best practices for text and vector graphics for video" in After Effects Help.

Maxim Jago explains and demonstrates how to create and composite titles in a video from “Adobe Premiere Pro CS5: Learn By Video” from Video2Brain.

Create new titles

Create a title from scratch, or use a copy of an existing title as a starting point.

Create a title

1 Do one of the following:

Choose File > New > Title.

Choose Title > New Title and then choose a title type.

In the Project panel, press the New Item button and choose Title.

2Specify a name for the title and click OK.

3Use the text and shape tools to create a file or to customize a template.

4Close the Titler or save the project to save the title.

Note: Titles are added to the Project panel automatically and are saved as part of the project file.

Maxim Jago explains and demonstrates how to create and composite titles in a video from “Adobe Premiere Pro CS5: Learn By Video” from Video2Brain.

Clay Asbury created this video tutorial on creating titles in Premiere Pro.

Create a title based on the current title

1In the Titler, open or select the title on which you want to base a new title.

2In the Title Quick Properties panel, click New Title Based On Current Title .

Last updated 1/16/2012

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