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Premiere Pro Templates
Adobe Premiere Pro templates can help you quickly craft great-looking scenes, effects, and graphics for your videos.
These templates can help with creating compelling typography, video openers, title slides, actual video slideshows, and much more. They’re a fantastic time-saver, and a useful thing to have in your Premiere Pro toolbelt.
Our feature covers what these are and how to use them, along with collections of our favorite Premiere Pro templates for all manner of different uses and scenarios.
Latest Premiere Pro Template Articles
Inspiration / 23 Jul 2019
Making a professional-looking title scene for your video often takes a lot of work. When it comes to creating animated titles in Premiere Pro, it could take hours to figure out the right settings and design. These Premiere Pro animated title templates are a life-saver!
The opening title scene is arguably the most important part of any video. But this fact puts more responsibility on you to craft the perfect title scene that fits the video, and grabs your viewer’s attention. Thankfully, you don’t have to waste your time worrying about the design or animation of your video title anymore.
Using these easy to use Premiere Pro animated title templates, you’ll be able to create unique and professional title scenes for all kinds of videos without any effort. Have a look.
Inspiration / 24 May 2019
Today we’re featuring a collection of easy to use Adobe Premiere Pro templates you can use to quickly craft professional-looking scenes for your videos.
Whether you’re looking to make an opening scene for your YouTube channel, a title sequence for a video, slideshows, or even product promotions, this list of Adobe Premiere Pro templates has it all.
We’ve included a mix of free Premiere Pro templates and top-notch premium options too. So there’s something for every budget!
Inspiration / 12 Mar 2019
Lower thirds are an important part of many different types of videos. Especially in news segments, interviews, and even in YouTube videos, a properly placed lower third help add more context to your videos. We’ve hand-picked the best Premiere Pro lower thirds templates to get you off to a great start.
Even though a lower third seems like a simple object that anyone can create, it takes some creative thinking and visual effects to make a lower third that actually makes your videos look more professional. If you take a careful look at some of the best-edited videos on YouTube (or even a news segment on a TV channel), you’ll notice how they include lower-thirds that feature attractive effects that blend in with the video seamlessly.
You don’t have to be an expert video editor to create that type of lower-thirds. We’ve found a collection of professional and creative Premiere Pro lower third templates you can download and customize as your own to add better lower-thirds to your videos. Have a look.
Software / 6 Mar 2019
Video has likely become an important part of your website design or marketing strategy. From video hero images to short YouTube videos that help explain a product or service, video is a growing aspect of design.
Have you been asked to edit, create or adjust video for a client yet? Chances are it will happen.
Here, we’re going to look at two popular video tools from Adobe to help you get a crash course what tool is best to use for video projects – Adobe After Effects or Premiere?
Should you choose one, the other, or both? And are they the right fit for your next project?
Templates can make video projects a lot quicker and easier. With Adobe Premiere Pro templates, you can save time and energy when editing video files for almost any type of job.
And the good news is that templates are available for all kinds of editing needs. Templates can do anything from help create captions or titles with great typography, add intros and outros to videos and create video slideshows. (Plus, a lot more.)
Using templates in Premiere Pro can help jump-start projects and improve workflows. Here’s how you can make the most of templates with this video editing tool.
What Is Premiere Pro?
Adobe Premiere Pro is a video editing tool that’s use by people in various industries, including marketing, film production, television and for the web. It’s an industry-standard tool with plenty of features and works with other native Adobe applications.
Premiere Pro is part of the Adobe Creative Suite line of products and is included in cloud packages. It can also be purchased as a single app.
Premiere Pro allows for video editing in any modern format and works with other native Adobe apps and files.
Some nifty features include precise and simple color grading options, ability to enhance audio instantly, create infographics with templates and support for VR 180.
What Are Premiere Pro Templates?
Motion graphic templates allow you to add packaged controls and designs in Premiere Pro for more robust video editing and effects. Users can download and install a template file (the motion graphics file type is appended with .mogrt) or create and reuse their own.
There are a few motion graphics templates that come standard with Premiere Pro, but you can find plenty of others below in our roundups and as part of an Adobe Stock or Envato Elements subscription.
You can find existing templates in the local templates folder or Creative Cloud libraries folder. (It is also recommended to save any you create here as well.)
The best thing about a Premiere Pro template is that it can streamline workflows with elements you use frequently or help you to design an element (such as a title, caption or other animation) with ease. And you’ll have an idea of how it will look before you get started.
How to Use Templates in Adobe Premiere Pro
Using templates in Premiere Pro is much like using them in any other Adobe tool. After you download the template and save it to your computer, you want to import the template or preset. (Look in the Local Templates folder.)
For motion graphics templates, open the icon at the bottom of the Essential Graphics panel and find the template you want to use. Then open and it’s ready to use right from the panel. (You can perform the same function using drag and drop.)