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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THE SLOW WAY
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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In the previous lesson, I touched on captioning in Premiere Pro
– Read: http://www.videolane.com/captions-in-premiere-pro/
In the next lesson, I will cover an advanced tip in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
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See you in the next video! 🙂
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Video recorded with Quicktime on MacBook Pro. Edited with Final Cut Pro. Music “Noir Jazz” by AlexPaul-second.