Premiere Pro Title Collection

A collection of useful Premiere Pro Titles

A collection of useful Premiere Pro Titles

Here’s a useful collection of Premiere Pro Titles. You get three Lower Thirds templates, an End Credit template, a collection of special characters that you can copy/paste into other titles, a Push Pin (!), an empty title with Arial font at 40 px that you can set as your default title and a subtitle template with a clever bounding box. Everything is free, and can be used on any project – even commercial ones.

Download the Title collection now and try the titles out. They’re free!
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How to use the templates

There is no installation. Here’s how to do it after you’ve unzipped them:

  1. Import
  2. Use

If you want to add them to your user templates, open the title, and then:

  1. Title > Templates
  2. Click the Panel Menu icon (in the upper right corner) and choose Import Current Title as Template. Now you can use the template.
  3. Title > New Title Based on Template. The imported template will be found under User Templates

Texture and band-aid image

The Band-Aid image and the Sagitta Paper Texture mentioned in the chapter on Motion Graphics can be downloaded here:

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56 Responses

  1. Lito Lorenzo says:

    how do i install prtl files?

  2. Muhammad Ehsan haider says:

    Kindly Help me about how to install these lower thirds in Adobe CS6 PLZ

  3. Jerry chilson says:

    what program is used to make the .prtl files

  4. Gigar says:

    Really Cool, thanks Jarle… 😀

  5. Mark says:

    Thanks for these. For those with CS6 just drag from Bridge. Oh I downloaded the Cover Flow without realising it was CC only. Never mind just put the funds towards all the free stuff you give out

    Mark

  6. Vanessa says:

    These are great! Thanks so much for all your effort with these. 😀

  7. Peter says:

    Sorry, I didn’t really get it what you meant with “Import” (to where?). I unzipped the titles on my desktop. Do I have to copy them into C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CC\Presets? I don’t have a folder “titles” at all, so these would be my first templates. Thank you

  8. Kaan says:

    hi jarle.. I am using CS6. I installed this stuff, it is ok. but How can I use this. I cant find anywhere.. thank you..

    • Hi Kaan. Just unzip the files and import them into Premiere using File > Import, or the Media Browser panel. There is no installation involved. These are just standard Premiere Pro title files (.prtl) and can be edited in Premiere by double-clicking them in the bin or in the timeline.

  9. Mark says:

    awesome, thanks for sharing. Worked perfectly, drap drop edit render.

  10. Jamal says:

    Oh thanks Jarle for your help … if there is any way to help you and repay your favor I’m quite happy to do ….

    • Hi Jamal, if you want to support this project you can buy the book in October. 🙂 And if anyone has some cool templates they’re willing to share, I’d be more than happy to post them here on PremierePro.net.

  11. John says:

    How do I use the Arial template? When I put it on the timeline it just stays stationary.

    Thanks

    • John, If you set the Arial 40 template as your default template, your titles will be created using Arial 40. That’s all. Beats the factory default. 🙂

      • John says:

        Oh wow, my fault.

        Which one is the title that spins in a circle, as shown in the video? It’s not in the zip.

        Thanks

      • Sorry, that video had a bit too many templates in it. I’ve removed the video now. Thank you for making me aware of the discrepancy. I’ve sent you the Text in a Circle title in a private message. 🙂

  12. Eyad says:

    Hi, I would like to know if that’s the only way of using, by importing the file every time you need it? cant we just make this as a part of premier pro? like just getting it from “Based on templates”

    • You can… These are all just normal titles. Everything you can do to other titles, you can also do to these.
      After importing one, open it, hit Ctrl/Cmd+J – then go to the panel menu and choose Import Current Title as Template, and then use New Title Based on Template to create new ones.

  13. Ed Johnson says:

    The easiest way to work with these titles is to create a new folder in your Templates folder and copy these prtl files there. They are now available just like the rest of the templates.

    • If you know where that folder is – and you want them as templates, I agree. But that depends on your OS an your version of Premiere. And some users may want to use these without saving them as templates. For ease of use, I think File > Import is hard to beat.

  14. lanre says:

    thank you…

  15. Benny says:

    thank u very much mr… u help so much people incl. me 🙂

  16. sam lamp says:

    i like it

  17. Spencer says:

    Thank you!

  18. Paul says:

    How do you mean by unzip the file? After i have copied the files to my Adobe sc5 it says that it is ivalid

  19. Tyler says:

    I am unable to unzip the file, I am using windows 8, the file saves as a photoshop file, do you know of a way to fix this problem?

    • You mean the ZIP file shows as a Photoshop file? If so, your system is set to open zip files in Photoshop, which will not work. Right-click the file and choose Open in. Select Windows Explorer (and tick Always use this), and when it opens, drag the files to another folder. Sorry if the wording isn’t exactly right. My OS is Norwegian, so I’m just translating directly. 🙂 Good luck!

  20. 143652 says:

    THANK for this, you big man

  21. pete ezra says:

    Hi I love the templates. The only problem is once I use them I can’t open the projects. I get the message “This project contained a sequence that could not be opened. No sequence preview preset file or codec could be associated with this sequence type.” This is on a Mac running premiere CS6 Yosemite.

    It’s definitely the templates causing this as all other projects without the sequence work fine. Any ideas would be much appreciated.

    • Since these are titles, not projects with sequences, there is no way that the error message can be caused by the titles. You created the sequences, the titles didn’t do it. The most common reason for the error message you refer to is that the software isn’t properly registered so the default MPEG-2 preview codec is missing. You could try to sign out and then sign in again, but again; this has nothing to do with the titles.

  22. jd yadav says:

    like

  23. Joshua samson says:

    pls are all this template for real

  24. KINGSLEY says:

    PLEASE SIR HOW DO I GET THE ROTATING EARTH AND OTHER BEAUTIFUL VIDEO TEMPLATE

  25. roni says:

    i don’t now english.tell me how use it?

  26. Rolf says:

    Hi
    I have dowloaded you templates. Lokks great in the title window! But when I place them on my timeline, they don’t show up. Any suggestion to how I can resolve this?
    Thanks in advance.

    • Hi Rolf. There are just normal titles, so if they don’t work in the timeline there’s something wrong with your system, or you’re doing something wrong. How are you placing them in the timeline? Could you provide a screen shot?

      • Rolf says:

        Thanks, I tried a little bit and found that I had forgot that my project was in 4K.
        I have adjusted for this and now it works fine!

        Thanks very much for a quick respons!

  27. masembe martin says:

    good work

  28. mark says:

    COOL AND THANK YOU

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