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After creating 20 titles in premier pro alone and other six in after effects for my latest video I have finally learned how to make titles using those programs. (I do need more practice in AE, though).
The video that I am editing now is not so loaded with titles, but the audio is turning out to be challenging. But that it another story.
Happy fun Thanksgiving. I may plunge into a creek do some salmon spawning therapy and you?
That is not an option so I’ll keep the track the way it is.
I tried this but it didn’t work out and I changed my mind and simplified the title editing, voila’.
I got mixed up. I think style refers to a static title while I have to duplicate an animated title. I animated the title manually again, more practice I guess. Now I would like to import the premier pro title into after effects as if my editing life is not complicated enough as it is.
Making a template from the first title was easier for me. Unfortunately the animation that I added to the title is lost so I’ll try to find out whether I can save the style of the first title and then apply that style to the second title or not.
Thanks Barry, I’ll try next time I need to created titles with the same style. I wonder if it’s possible to create a style in Premier and then apply it to multiple titles like you would do in a documente in InDesign or a artwork in Illustrator.
Maybe there was a glitch in the program. I will have to start all over from scratch. I will figure it out eventually. Today I had a “fistfight” with Illustrator. Without Google’s help, where I live I don’t have internet, I was able to “trick” the program and got my college assignment done.
Now I know about the difference between Instances and Duplicates, but still I cannot figure out how to create a duplicate. I tried different steps that I have found online but nothing worked.
The beginning and the slow motion action shots caught my eyes. How did you created the moving time lapse shot? Did you use a special rig? Did you create the action slow motion frames while filming or with the editing software?
Thank you very much for your reply. I will look at your link.
I have been using external drives (Seagate and WesternDigital) already, mostly to back up my files and more recently for video editing.
Recently I infected a laptop pc (a borrowed machine that I have been using to do my college work, which won’t be able to handle Premier Pro) with a malware and my old MacBookPro with a spamware (first time ever. If you ask me I wish I could switch to Linux operating system but then I wouldn’t be able to use the Adobe Creative Cloud that’s required for my classes or would I?)
So my dilemma is Mac versus PC. A lot of people told me to stay away from PCs. I looked at Apple refurbished MACs and I was surprised to see that for an 8 ram laptop (similar to the one that I am using) I have to pay almost the same amount of $ that I paid when I bought mine new!
I wonder how many PCs get infected through the Creative Cloud. Is this something to worry about?
Hi folks! I am a brand new member and I am not sure whether this is the right place to write my questions or not. The original post is old but I hope that somebody out there can give me some advice.
Like Don Fraser I am looking for a new computer. Due to my personal circumstances I have to have a laptop and my budget is around US $1,000. My editing and shooting skill level is between beginner and intermediate. I am a student at a local community college and next fall I will be taking a class in digital video and Premier Pro. I am also working as a Media Services tech helper and I have been editing videos with Premier Pro.
Do you have any suggestions on what kind of machine I should research? I know that it would be very hard to buy a new MacBookPro for $ 1,000.