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There is no need to do it this way any more. You now have mogrt functionality (motion graphic templates). SO basically you create something in AE with whatever type of effect you want, save it as a a template and bring it into PP where the text is fully editable.
I suggest you look into this as its a really great tool to use. Fast and no need to wait on long render previews in PP.
What do you mean when you say you "created the cursive font" in AE?
Could you perhaps share a screenshot
I just meant that I used a specific font when I created the .aep file in AE, but when I try to edit the text in Premiere, it suddenly switches that font to a default font and won't let me change it (or I don't know where to change it).
Are the motion graphic templates something I would create in AE or Premiere? And is that a new feature for the 2019 software?
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Motion graphics templates (mogrts) can be created either in Ae or PrPro.
There are differences, chiefly two: there are far more text and animation items available in Ae, and mogrts made in Ae can be created with only selected items added to the EGP panel. Then, when used in PrPro, only the items that were included in the EGP in Ae can be changed in PrPro. So you can say lock down text for company name/branding and still allow other changes by the user in PrPro.
Mogrts made in PrPro can have anything changed by the user.
Jarle Leirpoll is one of the earliest ... creators ... of the entire thing that's become mogrts. He wrote a book on creating mogrts in Ae for use in PrPro, and while they were checking it for him for absolute correctness of all items, they liked it enough they have the book now on their website for all users:
Leirpoll ebook, Making Mogrts: https://adobe.ly/makemogrts
Take a glance through that, you'll have a very good idea of what can be done.
And ... mogrts can be shared via Adobe CC Libraries, a very handy way to distribute them among your staff or clients.
Not to derail the OPs question but I had to reply to this. R Neil Haugen this is amazing. Do u know if I can get a hard copy of the book and from where. Fantastic that you were on the proof read. I really would like to read the book, I have downloaded the pdf and will go through it
I think you'd just need to print it out. And yes, it's an amazing resource, very easy to understand & use.
All, this is a GAME CHANGER. Thanks for the help, totally learned something new that will add to the quality of our productions.
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Nicole uninstall that font and reinstall it. If you see an error or it says its corrupt install it anyway. Then launch Premiere and it will read the font. Someone yesterday had the similar issue and the solution I offered worked.
Let me know