Course info
Mar 15, 2017
1h 16m

Knowing how to create and use Titles in Premiere Pro CC is essential if you create videos with Premiere Pro CC. In this course, Premiere Pro CC Titles you will learn how to use the Title Designer, how to create still, rolling, and crawling titles, and how to use the different types of text options available. You'll also learn about standard title motion and placement. Finally, you'll explore how to create and save title templates and styles. When you're finished with this course, you will know all there is to know about creating and working with titles in Premiere Pro CC. Software required: Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

About the author
About the author

Ryan Magner graduated from New England Tech with an Associates in Video & Audio Production, and has since been working as a professional video producer for the last 8 years. Ryan's years of experience working for a local film festival company, a marketing agency, and now producing other trainers' courses shot in studio has allowed him to teach others to create their own video and audio productions.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi everyone, my name is Ryan Magner, and welcome to my course Premiere Pro CC Titles. I am an editor at Pluralsight, so in addition to creating courses like this one I also help many authors create their own courses on Pluralsight. Before we get started I'd just like to let you know that Pluralsight would like to say thank you to Dissolve and the contributor VIA Films for their videos that were used in this course. You can access these same videos and thousands at others at dissolve. com. Being able to create your own titles with Premiere Pro CC is an essential skill to have if you create your own videos using Premiere Pro. In this course you're going to learn about the different types of titles, and how to create a new title. You'll also learn about the different types of text that can be created in a title, and how to edit and position that text. Then you'll learn about how to create titles with motion, like you'd see rolling up in the ending credits of a movie or TV show. You'll also learn about how to make all the precise adjustments to the motion of your titles. To finish off, you'll be learning how to save title styles and templates, so that you can save time by reusing titles you've already created. By the end of this course you'll know everything about how to create titles using Premiere Pro CC. Before beginning this course you should be familiar with Premiere Pro CC fundamentals and be able to make basic edits. Get started now with Premiere Pro CC Titles on Pluralsight.

Creating & Working with Titles
In Premiere Pro CC, if you want to create text in your videos, you need to create a title. A title is a type of clip that you can add text to, using a set of titling tools in Premiere Pro. When a title has text in it and is placed above other clips in a sequence, the text appears on top of the video clips. And before you start creating and editing titles, you should first learn the different types of titles, and how to identify them in your Premiere Pro project. There are three types of titles that you can create. First, is a still title, which is a static title. In other words, there's no inherent motion built into this title. When a still title is placed in a sequence, the text stays where it is. Then there's a rolling title. A rolling title rolls, from the bottom of a frame to the top. Finally, there is a crawling title, and a crawling title crawls from the right side of the frame to the left side. Make note that Premiere Pro identifies a still title as a still image, while it identifies rolling and crawling titles as videos. This is because rolling and crawling titles involve motion, where still titles do not. Still titles behave more like still images, while rolling and crawling titles behave more like videos. Now that you have a basic understanding of still, rolling, and crawling titles, you can start getting into the details of creating and working with titles, beginning in the next clip.