5 Title Animations Styles in Premiere Pro and After Effects

5 Title Animation Styles With Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects
5 Title Animation Styles With Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects

If you are looking for creative title looks for your next (music) video created with Adobe After Effects or Premiere Pro, Max Novak has you covered.

In his most recent video he will show you a couple of styles and techniques to spice up your next video production. In a music video context, he is walking you through a few simple yet modern techniques to create compelling title animations.

The first example in the video is utilizing the dynamic link connection between Premiere Pro and After Effects to recreate a title animation from Wiz Khalifa‘s “Captain Remix” lyric video. As stated in the video though, this tutorial is not meant to be a step-by-step guide on recreating popular music videos, but rather giving you an idea on how to approach such a production and showing you techniques to develop your own style.

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In the next example he will show you how to create a retro style cinematic movie title. With a little help of Photoshop and a premade template he is providing on his website you will be creating a cinematic title animation in no time.

Towards the end of the video Max will show you how to create a 3D text animation with the help of Video Copilot’s popular 3D Plug-In ‘Element3D’.

Check out the tutorial below to follow along step-by-step and learn how to create popular title animations in Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects for your next music video production or travel video.

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