Let’s say I’m working on a travel series, and I’m making a video every few weeks. Naturally, I want these videos to have the same look from episode to episode. I want to use the same style of graphics for each episode, which consists of two different text styles. Read the tutorial at Premium Beat.


The latest release of Premiere Pro is Adobe’s most integrated yet, with new ways to work with graphics, titles, audio, and color. Find all the controls you need to edit the titles, shapes, and Motion Graphics templates you create in Premiere Pro and After Effects. Plus, easily rearrange and adjust shape, text, and clip layers.

Create titles from scratch right inside your Program Monitor using a Type tool that’s similar to those in Photoshop and After Effects.

Easily create titles directly on your video using the Type tool in the Essential Graphics panel in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Add shapes, text, images, and video to layers that you can rearrange and adjust with tools you’re familiar with from other Adobe Creative Cloud apps. Add motion or effects and export your titles as Motion Graphics templates you can share via Creative Cloud Libraries. More about the Essential Graphics Panel at Adobe.

Related: How to Use the New Essential Graphics Panel in Premiere Pro CC

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