Change Multiple Premiere Pro Title Size

Have you ever come across a situation where you start a new project and you want to bring in a title from another project of a different size or resolution…

…and it just won’t fit in!

(especially when bringing a bunch titles, of which you have spent hours creating, from a 720p project to a new 1080p project)

In this lesson, I will show you how to change your title resolution or frame size to fit your new sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017.

First I will show you the slow way, then I will show you how to change multiple title clips at once to save time.

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1. Double-click on title clip in the timeline to reveal the title editor.
2. Go to the main menu and select Title / New Title / Based on Current Title…
3. Change the Width and Height in New Title Video Settings to the current project size. Click OK.
4. Close the title editor.
5. Go to the Project panel. Click on the newly created title clip.
6. Now go to the timeline sequence and right-click on the old title and select Replace With Clip / From Bin.

THE QUICK WAY (and for multiple title clips)

1. In the timeline sequence, select all the title clips.
2. Right-click on any one of the selected title clips.
3. Select Scale to Frame Size.

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Adrian Lee

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Video recorded with Quicktime on MacBook Pro. Edited with Final Cut Pro. Music “Noir Jazz” by AlexPaul-second.

How to Get Adobe Encore CS6 from CC 2017

Adobe Encore is great for creating DVD and Bluray disks.

However, there is no Encore in the new Adobe Creative Cloud.

You have to download the old CS6 version separately.

Here’s how to get Adobe Encore CS6… legally.

First, you need be a paid subscriber of Adobe CC.

  1. Open Creative Cloud on your desktop.
  2. Select the Apps tab.
  3. Scroll down to “FIND ADDITIONAL APPS”.
  4. From the drop down options, click on ” VIEW PREVIOUS VERSIONS”.
  5. Scroll down till you see Premiere Pro.
  6. Click on the Install button.
  7. Select CS6.

Premiere Pro CS6 will install with additional update steps.

Encore is installed only when you install Premiere Pro CS6.

You may uninstall Premiere Pro CS6 and leave behind Encore CS6.

Video tutorial coming soon here…

Feel free to ask a question.

Adrian Lee

Premiere Pro vs Premiere Pro CC vs Final Cut Pro

What is the difference between Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro CC?

I got a few people asking me this in the last 7 days.

Well, the quick answer, Premiere Pro CC is the latest version of Premiere Pro.

CC stands for Creative Cloud.

The previous version is called the Premiere Pro CS6,

CS stands for Creative Suite.

One thing you must know, though, the CC version is subscription-based.

That means you have to pay monthly.

S$26 per month for Premiere Pro alone.

Or S$66 per month for the whole suite of Adobe software.

I am paying the S$66 per month subscription.

Why? I get every software I need for video editing.

Software like After Effects, Audition, and Photoshop.

At S$66, I also get useful software for graphics creation, PDF editing, and the whole lot of Adobe stuff.

A subscription also means, if we stop paying, the program stops working.

How do they know? Adobe makes us sign in online once in a while.

We can install on many computers, but can only use two at one time. Adobe will sign out the rest.

I have installations on my MacBook Pro and Windows laptops.

The beauty is, project files are transferable across both platforms.

Now, the follow-up question.

If CC stands for creative cloud, does that mean we to be connected to the internet while working?

No. Actually, it is not really cloud-based. We still have to download and install the programs to use.

Side question: What about Final Cut Pro? Is it good?

I use Final Cut Pro too. It is an alternative to Premiere Pro. No subscription. Cost about US$400, but only works on Mac.

Which one do you prefer? Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere Pro?


I use Premiere Pro for client work. Why? It has everything I need for video editing.

I use Final Cut Pro for my own production, like vlogs. Why? It does things faster.

What is the “everything” else that Premiere has and Final Cut doesn’t?

On Premiere Pro, I can tweak almost every tiny aspect of a video to make it better.

Premiere Pro also have powerful supporting software that integrates seamlessly.

The supporting software I use mostly are After Effects, Audition, and Photoshop.

Over to you. (My answers turned into an article)

Feel free to ask your question.

Adrian Lee

How to Change Video Clip Speed in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017

Premiere Pro offers 3 ways to modify the speed and duration of clips.

You can use:
– Rate Stretch tool
– Speed/Duration command
– Time Remapping feature

In this lesson, we are going to do these to a clip.
– Slow down
– Speed up
– Reverse
– Maintain audio pitch
– Explore ripples

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Recorded on MacBook Pro with OBS
Edited on MacBook Pro with Final Cut Pro X
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How to Key Out Green Screen with Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017

“Key Out” means making a color (green) transparent, so you can replace it with any other video clip, graphic or still image.

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Prepare Background

  • Put the background clip (shark tank) on V1.

Prepare Foreground

  • Put the foreground clip (Adrian with green screen) on V2.

Add Ultra Key

  • Go to the Effects tab
  • Select Video Effects > Keying > Ultra Key
  • Drag Ultra Key effect on top of the V2 clip (Adrian with green screen)

Pick the eyedropper

  • Go to the Effects Control tab
  • Click the arrow next to Ultra Key
  • Click the eyedropper next to Key Color

Sample the green background

  • With the eyedropper, click on the green background in the Program Monitor.

Instantly, Adrian is in the shark tank!

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Adrian Lee

What’s New in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017

whats-new-in-adobe-premiere-pro-cc-2017On 2 November 2016, Adobe announced new features for the Premiere Pro CC 2017 video editing software.

  1. Easier collaboration with Team Projects. Team Projects (beta) lets multiple editors work simultaneously on productions in real time across their video apps. Version control, conflict resolution, and activity feeds are built into Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, and Prelude CC so teams can work together from any location. Available now for Creative Cloud for teams and enterprise customers.
  2. Improved captions. New captions features enable you to manipulate text, alter duration and location, and create open or closed captions from scratch.
  3. Lumetri Color enhancements. New colour pickers let you make immediate selections when working with HSL secondaries. Plus, you can work with HDR10 files and get better support for colour space metadata.
  4. Accelerated Dynamic Link. Faster performance reduces the need for intermediate rendering and delivers higher frame rates during playback.
  5. Auto-aware VR. Premiere Pro automatically detects whether your virtual reality video is monoscopic, stereoscopic left/right or stereoscopic over/under, and applies the appropriate settings.
  6. Publish directly to Behance. Publish videos directly to your Behance portfolio — no need for separate export or uploading.
  7. Dynamic Link with Character Animator. Eliminate intermediate rendering and speed up performance when working between Character Animator, After Effects, and Premiere Pro.
  8. Live Text template improvements. New file format lets you share Live Text templates between Premiere Pro and After Effects without the need for a separate After Effects license.
  9. New Getting Started experience. A new launch screen guides beginners through different ways of learning the app, from examining a completed video sequence and following tutorials to an optimised quick-start project template.
  10. Typekit font sync. No need to find missing fonts manually when working in Live Text templates now that fonts automatically sync and update from Typekit.
  11. Audition audio effects. New high-quality real-time audio effects give you better sounding output and improved fidelity.
  12. Keyboard shortcut mapping. Quickly find, adjust, and customise keyboard shortcuts using a visual map.
  13. Easier ingest. Stitch multiple clips from your camera together into one file for simpler file management.
  14. Better performance. Work faster than ever before with improved support for Apple Metal and more GPU effects, including Offset.
  15. Import more native formats. Premiere Pro now supports even more formats, including Native QT DNxHD/DNxHR export and RED Helium.

Also includes new UI elements, global FX mute, and more.

Adrian Lee


PPS: More about Team Projects…

  • Team Projects is a new feature in Adobe Creative Cloud
  • As at November 2016, this feature is still in beta (not fully developed)
  • Work as a team on the same project at the same time from different geographic locations
  • Not just with Premiere Pro, but also After Effects and Prelude
  • Instead of creating local project files,  the data is hosted in the cloud
  • Media files are stored locally, while a lightweight proxy version is shared via cloud
  • Team Projects is available only for Adobe Creative Cloud enterprise and team customers
  • Click here to see how it works.