Easily Create LOWER THIRDs in Premiere | Motion Graphics Tutorial

Easily Create LOWER THIRDs in Premiere | Motion Graphics Tutorial

Creating lower thirds can be a great way to display information about a person or a topic. In this Adobe Premiere tutorial, SonduckFilm will show you how to create a great lower third for your video projects. Motion graphics in adobe premiere can help you keep in all in one application.

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32 replies
  1. I know that
    I know that says:

    your animations in the title seems a bit linear… try putting ease out and ease in feature in your keyframes. Looks kinda unprofessional

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  2. TheHome OfCybernatics
    TheHome OfCybernatics says:

    Can u please tell me how can i save it as a preset. I mean to say that If I want to use the same lower third in an another place so what is the shortcut? I just want to change the name further after making the first lower third. Please help me

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  3. samurai93_
    samurai93_ says:

    Bro I love to watch your videos.. because your way of teaching easy to understand.. but I need some more gaming lower third animation

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  4. crypt clown
    crypt clown says:

    Wondering is it easier to create lower thirds in after effects or Premiere? Or does it depend on what I want to combine project with for use later. Like if I want this on something I’m working on in after effects I should use after effects lower third not premiere?

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  5. MikeSenzanome
    MikeSenzanome says:

    At 6:29 I’ve been trying again and again and the White bar doens’t flow at the same speed as the black rectangle. Any ideas how to fix it?

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  6. Two Scots Abroad
    Two Scots Abroad says:

    Thanks for this video. Appear to have the issue that when I copy and paste it changes the original text/colour matt. Any way to protect the original so I can copy, paste then edit the new copy?

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