3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 2, 2012 2:35 PM by wepost

    Title Tool question

    wepost

      Hello, This is my first post here but I'm sure I'll be a frequent visitor as I have recently crossfaded to Premiere from FCP. When using the title tool with a template preset, is there a way to add a transparent gradient to a graphic? And is there a way to crop a graphic inside Title? If not in the title tool, how can I add a transparent gradient to a graphic or video?

        • 1. Re: Title Tool question
          Ann Bens Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          You can make any shape you want and fill it with a transparant gradient.

          Set Grafics Type to Filled Bezier for shape made with the Pentool

          Make the Fill Type 4 color gradient.

          Fill them up with a color and tweek the color stop opacity.

           

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          • 2. Re: Title Tool question
            Jim Curtis Level 3

            wepost wrote:

             

            Hello, This is my first post here but I'm sure I'll be a frequent visitor as I have recently crossfaded to Premiere from FCP.

             

            And is there a way to crop a graphic inside Title?

             

            No crop tool inside the Titler.  Depending on what you want to do, you can apply a Crop effect on the title clip.

             

            Was that a 60 frame crossfade? 

             

            Mine was a 6 frame Push.  Right after FCPX came out.

             

            Welcome to the forum.

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            • 3. Re: Title Tool question
              wepost Level 1

              Yea it took me a while to switch since Final Cut is still being supported to some capacity and so many companies still use it. Just want to re-familiarize my self with Premiere. I haven't cut anything on it in years but been hearing great things about its recenr updates.

               

              Not being able to export as non self-contained is disappointing.