- Adobe Premiere User Guide
- 1. Alternatives+
- 1.1 Premieree Pro Alternatives
- 1.2 Premieree Elements Alternatives
- 1.3 After Effects VS Premieree
- 1.4 Premieree Pro CS6 for Mac
- 1.5 Top 10 Alternatives for Linux
- 2. Basic Editing
- 2.1 6 Most Useful Tips
- 2.2 System Requirements
- 2.3 Import and Export Videos
- 2.4 How to use Premieree Pro
- 2.5 Merging
- 2.6 Cropping
- 2.7 Rotating
- 2.8 Reversing
- 2.9 Slow-mo and Timelapse
- 3. Advanced Editing+
- 3.1 Record voiceover
- 3.2 Premiere Pro Transitions
- 3.3 Edit text/title
- 3.4 Create a Chroma-Key Effect
- 3.5 PIP/Split Screen
- 3.6 Color correction
- 3.7 Freeze-Frames
- 3.8 Motion blur
- 3.9 Upload to YouTube
- 4. Tips and Tricks+
Top 10 Free Adobe Premiere Title Templates
One of the things that can really make your output stand out from the crowd is the titles. Many people think creating eye catching title effects are beyond them, but with Premiere you really couldn't be more wrong. The ability to import templates enables anyone to find a custom title style that suits the project and looks professional and carries impact. The great thing is that there are many of these resources that are offered completely free!
The below is the basic tutorial of Adobe Premiere, if you're just a beginner of video editing software, you can start with Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor), which is a powerful but easy-to-use for green hands. Download the free trial version below.
Top 10 Free Adobe Premiere Title Templates
Here we will have a look at some of the best places out there to get your title templates.
This site is run by Jarle Leirpoll, and it is a treasure trove of information, help and advice on Premiere from a man who wrote the book (literally, it's for sale on the site!) on Premiere.
His main title collection consisting of 8 templates and some extras is offered for free and is found here, but it well worth a look around the site as there is plenty more free stuff including presets, and a whole range of tips and tricks to help with your editing.
This is another site that offers templates for download, but is also a great place to visit for ideas and information. Richard approaches Premiere from a photographer's viewpoint and so has a slightly different view on many topics that are well worth reading.
He has links to a sizable number of templates on this page covering a range of styles and subjects including DVD menus, animated text and high quality templates, but his blog is updated regularly and often includes free downloads so is well worth keeping an eye on.
Another all-encompassing site that has a huge amount of information and knowledge to be gained. The templates are just part of the story of course, but they are available here and include numerous files and even some free video content showing their implementation. Also on this page are links to some other sites offering free content or advice on various aspects of Premiere, making it well worth a visit and definitely worth its place in this top 10. Of particular interest on this site is the regularly updated news which focuses on the latest hardware and software announcements.
This is a commercial site that offer a wide variety of high quality plugins and templates for several video editing platforms, however, we are on the lookout for that fabulous price of 'free' here so a little digging finds this page, here you will find 10 templates from one of their best selling products offered entirely free. This is a fantastic offer, they are quality professionally produced products and worth the visit alone. For anyone who is looking to take their editing output to the professional level the commercial products on offer here are well worth a look, high quality and a reasonable cost.
Another commercial site, this one has a range of free templates and presets to download for Premiere, 14 free items altogether that can be downloaded from here, as with Coremelt, any company who helps us out with free content at least deserves a browse through their catalogue after a download, and the emphasis here is on low cost but high quality and useful templates and plugins to suit any project. Even for those of us with limited finds there may be something that catches the eye. A great site for browsing when looking for inspiration.
This is another commercial site that has a smattering of very high quality free downloads on offer, including a wonderful template for the original Star Wars movie style scrolling titles. Again, it is worth browsing the catalogue when you are on the site, but all the free products can be found here.
FX Factory have also created some great video tutorials on a variety of aspects of video production that are well worth a view when you are at the site, there is always something to learn after all.
A wonderful site full of information, tips and opinion on all aspects of video production, it's a great place to spend some time, with the added bonus of a bunch of free downloads for Premiere that can be found here. Of particular note are the tutorials, an excellent source of information and tricks that you may not have seen before, with their YouTube channel being a great source of free guidance for editors of any sort of experience. I always enjoy watching how others approach the subject, I never fail to learn something.
A commercial site offering some great products at competitive prices, at first glance this may not seem to be a useful place for our search for the free stuff. However, all the products do have a free trial download, and as a bonus the trial for pack 1 on this page includes four that are free to keep and use for as long as you wish. They really are quality products too, and well worth a look.
Style4Type is an interesting site regularly updated with new free templates as well as offering technique advice and having further templates available as commercial products. All the free templates are gathered onto a single page here. And to the side is even a free download for a pdf file that walks you through installing and using the templates within Premiere once you have them. There are already a lot of free templates on offer covering a wide variety of styles, but they are added to with regularity so it is definitely a site to bookmark for the future.
Lots of information on this site as its been running for a decade, the author imparts a wealth of knowledge along the way on not just video editing but photography and still image manipulation. He has 6 templates available for free here including full descriptions of them and their use on the page. Another site that you will want to visit again and again.
These are free templates, and they are enough to get anyone up and running with a new project. As said before, with the commercial enterprises that offer freebies it's always worth checking out their paid for output as well, you may not be in the market for it right now, but something may stick for a later time.
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