From there, you’ll be able to use the fonts you’ve chosen almost immediately. Once you open Premiere Pro, click Graphics › Add Font to get started. If you happen to have an older version of Premiere Pro or an older operating system, it’s still relatively easy to add your fonts to your workstream. On Mac OS, open the Font Book app, click the Add button (denoted by a + symbol), find the font you want and choose Open to install them.
On Windows, after you’ve downloaded fonts you would like to use (they usually come in a compressed zip file), right-click on the font and choose Extract. You’ll see all available TrueType and OpenType font files. Right-click on either font, and choose Install from the options present.
If you’ve found the perfect fonts from other sources, it’s easy to add them. Open Creative Cloud, click the Fonts button to open the Active Fonts workspace, then click Add Fonts to Creative Cloud. You’ll now be able to drag and drop or select the font files you would like to be uploaded to your account for future use.
All your fonts should now be readily available in your workflow, but Premiere Pro may not recognize them at first. If you’re having problems getting them to show up, start troubleshooting by restarting the app. This usually fixes most issues.
Removing a font takes only a couple of clicks. While in Premiere Pro, click the three dots to the left of the Browse More Fonts menu. You’ll find options to either deactivate all fonts or deactivate all fonts not in use. Choose one, and the font will be entirely gone from your collection. If you change your mind, you can reactivate it at any time.