How to Make Good Videos Great (Part 2) | Motion Graphics Templates in Premiere Pro CC

In the second episode of the series, Principal Evangelist Jason Levine shows you how to create Motion Graphics Templates (MOGRTs) directly from within Premiere Pro. Find timestamped chapters below. Learn more about this tutorial series: Find more videos in this series: Download free trials and the latest features in Adobe Creative Cloud video and audio tools:

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01:03 Preset Essential Graphics Templates (shipped in the app)
02:34 The Text Tool and starting an animated graphic
04:43 Choosing your font and using TypeKit fonts
07:17 Adding a new layer to the graphics template and using the freeform pen tool
10:54 Adding motion/animation to static layers within the Effects Controls Panel
13:54 Adding blur effects (or any PPRO effect)
17:24 Setting a Master Style, by layer
18:21 Exporting as a Motion Graphics Template (MOGRT) win Premiere Pro
20:54 Reusing the Template from the Libraries Panel; modifying elements of the template
23:02 Upgrading to a Master Graphic
24:14 Modifying and pushing changes to a Master Text Style
27:30 Adding images and video into the MOGRT
29:49 Using Responsive Design – Position Pinning options
32:13 Using Responsive Design – Time options (with intro/outro durations preserved)
36:21 Essential Graphics Panel ‘preset’ templates (a sampling of a few)
39:16 Searching Adobe Stock for Motion Graphics Templates
42:19 Resolving missing fonts from Typekit



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