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Lesson 8. Creating a Title

Lesson 8. Creating a Title

Text and graphics play an integral role in conveying information in a video program. The Title window in Premiere lets you create text and graphics that you can import and superimpose over existing video.

In this lesson, you'll use the Title window in Premiere 6.0 to create a 14-second cartoon for a children's educational Web site. You'll create three different titles using text, rolling text, and graphic tools. Then, you'll superimpose the titles over a movie clip in the project Timeline. Specifically, you'll learn how to do the following:

  • Enter text and change text attributes.

  • Kern text.

  • Add shadows and color.

  • Create graphics.

  • Apply opacity to graphics and text.

  • Create and preview rolling type.

  • Add titles to a project.

  • Superimpose a title over a video clip.

  • Edit titles.


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