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Tutorial: Saving Custom Titles and Title Templates in Premiere Pro CC

Here are three quick tips that will streamline your titling workflow in Premiere Pro when you create styles you like and want to use them consistently without reinventing them each time.

Saving the Entire Title as a Title Template

Next, let’s suppose you want to save the entire title as a template. To do so, click the Title pull-down, as shown in Figure 4 (below), and choose Template.

Figure 4. Choosing Template from the Title pull-down.

The Templates dialog opens. Click the right-facing triangle in the upper-right corner of the template, and from the pull-down that appears, choose Import Current Title as Template (Figure 5, below), then type the title in the Save As dialog, and click OK.

Figure 5. Importing the title as a template. Click the image to see it at full size.

Premiere Pro then saves your new title template to the Templates library under User Templates (Figure 6, below).

Figure 6. Cool New Title template in the Templates library. Click the image to see it at full size.

If you want to make the new title the default, click the triangle again to open the pull-down and choose Set Template as Default Still (Figure 7, below).

Figure 7. Making the new template the Default Still title template. Click the image to see it at full size.

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