Adobe education evangelist Terry Ryan shows you how to take a title created in Adobe Photoshop CC, import it into Adobe Premiere Pro CC, and work with layers in the timeline.
Videos look great when they show professional-looking titles and captions. Text can help introduce your video’s topic, provide descriptive elements along the way, and wrap things up.
While Adobe Premiere Pro CC has a capable titling tool built in, you may be more comfortable working with Adobe Photoshop CC to create your original type designs. I want to show you how easy it is to create titles in Photoshop and then add them to your video projects using Premiere Pro.
In this video I show you how to take a title created in Photoshop and import it into Premiere Pro, preserving the appropriate layers so you can work with them intelligently in your timeline. By adding a simple, classic dissolve effect, you can make the title fade in and out.
After you watch this video, you should be able to bring text treatments that you have created in Photoshop into Premiere Pro, where you can use them to enhance the look of your video project.
This is the second of a series of videos in which I approach Adobe audio and video tools from the perspective of a Creative Cloud member who isn't necessarily familiar with editing audio or video but now has access to a professional set of tools for doing just that.
The first part covers video editing for non-professional with Premiere Pro. The third part shows simple things you can do with Premiere Pro CC and Adobe Audition CC to take your video's sound quality to the next level.