Some of the most practical and simple aspects of the Adobe Title Designer are its template functions. Templates are ready-made titles with text and objects that you can replace and modify on a project-by-project basis, without altering the original. You can build your own custom title templates, modify the templates included with the Title Designer, or use the built-in designs as is.
In this chapter, you will:
Save the lower-third title you created in Chapter 12, “Advanced Titling: Styles,” as a new template
Modify a ready-made template and resave it as a custom template
Create a credit roll template, which is very valuable for most production work
The first two lessons rely on such basic title functions as selecting, ...