Upload Опубликованный материал нарушает ваши авторские права? Сообщите нам.
Вуз: Предмет: Файл:
22.6 Mб



Titling and the Titler

2Click the Templates menu button . Choose Import Current Title As Template.

3Enter a name for the title template, and then click OK.

Import a title template from Resource Central

You can import title templates from Resource Central into the Project Panel for use in Premiere Pro projects.

1If the Resource Central panel is not already open, select Window > Resource Central.

2In the Resource Central panel, click Templates.

3Click the downward-pointing arrow to the right of the name of the desired template to download it.

When Premiere Pro finishes downloading the template, a green check mark appears to the lower-right of the template thumbnail.

4Drag any template that has been downloaded from the Resource Central panel and drop it into the Project panel. You can not drag a template from the Resource Central panel until Premiere Pro has downloaded it.

Show video behind the title

You can view a frame of footage in the drawing area as you create the title. Viewing the frame helps you place elements in your title. The video frame is for your reference only; it is not saved as part of the title.

Use the timecode controls in the Titler to specify the frame you want to display. The Titler displays the frame under the current-time indicator in the active sequence. Setting the frame in the Titler also moves the current-time indicator in the Program Monitor and Timeline panel. Moving the current-time indicator in the Program Monitor or Timeline panel changes the frame displayed in the Titler.

If you want to superimpose a title over another clip, add the title to the track directly above the clip. The title’s background becomes transparent, revealing the image of clips in lower tracks.

In the Titler panel, select Show Video.

To change the frame interactively, drag the time value next to Show Video until the frame is visible in the drawing area.

To display the frame by specifying its timecode, click the time value next to Show Video and enter the frame’s timecode in the active sequence.

Note: The Show Video value uses the same time display format specified in the project settings. For example, if 30-fps Drop-Frame Timecode is specified in Project Settings, 30-fps Drop-Frame Timecode is displayed in Show Video.

Creating and formatting text in titles

Enter text in titles

When adding text to a title, you can use any font on your system, including Type 1 (PostScript), OpenType, and TrueType fonts. Installing Premiere Pro (and other Adobe applications) adds fonts to the shared Adobe resources.

You can insert special characters, such as the © symbol, into point text or paragraph text. Copy the characters from a word processor or from the Character Map accessory (Windows only) and paste them into the correct text location in the Titler.

You can copy and paste formatted text objects between the Premiere Pro Titler and other applications such as After Effects, Photoshop, Encore, and Illustrator.

Last updated 1/16/2012



Titling and the Titler

Depending on the tool you choose in the Titler, you can create point text or paragraph text. When you create point text, you specify an insertion point where you want to begin typing. Typing continues on a single line unless you enable the word wrap feature. Word wrap continues the text on a new line when it reaches the edge of the title-safe area. When you create paragraph text, you specify a text box in which the text fits. The text in a text box wraps automatically within the borders of the box.

Dragging the corner handle of a point-text object scales the text, Dragging the corner of a text box reflows the text it contains. If a text box is too small to contain the characters you type, you can resize it to reveal the hidden text. Text boxes that contain hidden characters have a plus sign (+) on the right side of the box.

You can also create path text. Instead of following a straight baseline, path text follows a curve you create.

Text can be oriented horizontally or vertically along its baseline or path.

Andrew Devis provides a video tutorial on the Creative COW website that demonstrates formatting and styling text in the Titler.

More Help topics

Transform objects in titles” on page 266

Format text in titles” on page 257

Type text without boundaries

1 Open the Title Tools panel.

To type horizontal text, click the Type tool .

To type vertical text, click the Vertical Type tool .

2 In the drawing area, click where you want to begin, and then type the text.

Note: By default, text does not wrap. To make it wrap when it reaches the title-safe margin, choose Title > Word Wrap. When Word Wrap is deselected, press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac OS) to begin a new line.

3 When you finish typing, choose the Selection tool and click outside the text box area.

Wrap text automatically

You can set the titler to wrap text within the title safe area automatically.

Select Title > Word Wrap.

Type horizontal or vertical text in a text box

1 Open the Titler Tools panel.

To type horizontal text, click the Area Type tool .

To type vertical text, click the Vertical Area Type tool .

2In the drawing area, drag to create a text box.

3Type the text. The text wraps when it reaches the boundaries of the text box.

4When you finish typing, choose the Selection tool and click outside the text box.

Note: Resizing the text box resizes only the visible area of the box. The text remains the same size.

Last updated 1/16/2012

Соседние файлы в предмете [НЕСОРТИРОВАННОЕ]