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Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 Studio Techniques by Jacob Rosenberg

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Chapter 9. The Adobe Title Designer

Inside Premiere Pro is an incredibly useful titling tool: the Adobe Title Designer. The Title Designer’s straightforward and easy-to-use controls help make title creation quite simple. If you know Adobe Illustrator, some of Title Designer’s tools, such as those for stacking and positioning items, will seem familiar. In this chapter, you will learn the basics of creating and using title styles, moving and arranging text and objects, as well as loading and saving templates.

Window Overview

To open the Adobe Title Designer, press F9 or select File>New>Title. (See Figure 9.1.) The top row of control holds a number of function buttons for accessing templates, font types, and specifying the type of title you want to ...

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