To bring into your Adobe Premiere project
Open Premiere project, import graphic from saved location.
When brought in, you’ll see that the graphic is oversized and off the screen. This is because they are saved as a high-quality 4k graphic.
To adjust the size, click on the graphic box in your sequence, go into the source monitor in the upper left-hand corner, click effect controls and change the scale size to 50. If you are using a template other than a full-screen graphic, you cannot
change the size of the graphic itself, but you are able to position it appropriately. Keep positioning in mind if closed captioning will be used in the video.
The closed captioning guide is in the original template folder that you saved to your computer. It is a small gold line that you can import into your Premiere project as a guide for positioning. When importing, click OK to merge all layers. Then,
you will go back into your effect controls in the top left panel and scale the closed captioning line down to 50.
Adjust your graphic so that the bottom of it does not go below the gold line.
Delete gold line once graphic is placed.
- Open PSD file of the graphic you will use from template folder.
- To change text, click on the Text tool in the left panel.
- If a background color does not resize to your text, click the arrow tool, select the layer you wish to change under the layers panel to the right, hold down “Command” and the letter “T” to select that layer. Release the keys.
- Be sure to hold in “shift” before using your mouse to resize the background block. Holding down “shift” keeps it level.
- Hit “Enter” to submit the change.