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Chapter 7. A New Approach to Working with Titles

Chapter 7. A New Approach to Working with Titles

What do you define as “advanced techniques?” Hard to say. What is considered advanced by some may be elementary to others. You have the basics of Premiere under your belt by now. You have worked with basic editing techniques, applied a few basic transitions and even figured out how to import your own footage and export your work. However, now it is time to go beyond the basics, to begin adding final touches and more transitions, to learn more advanced filming techniques, and to begin applying filters, both for audio and video.

No better place to start learning the advanced techniques than with titles and captions. A title is simply any kind of text that appears in your video project, whether it’s a caption, credit, or title. Although titles may not seem, at first, to be that complicated or advanced, they can add a great deal to your work by documenting dates, places, and people featured in your project’s footage. Titles can either be stand-alone segments of your work or superimposed (meaning the background of the title is removed and the title is combined with the video track playing) into clips of your project.


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