Adding titles, transition graphics, and overlays

Learn how to add titles, transition graphics, and overlays in your Adobe Premiere Rush video project.

You can add a title to any video clip or photo in your Premiere Rush project. You can create simple text-only titles or jazzy titles with text, graphics, and animation using Motion Graphics templates. Premiere Rush lets you access a variety of Motion Graphics templates from the Titles panel.

When you add a title, Premiere Rush creates a clip with only the title. You can easily select a clip, and edit or delete the clip.

Create titles, transition graphics, and overlays

You can add graphics like titles, transitions, and overlays. You can search across all graphics categories in Premiere Rush. To add graphics to your project, do the following:

Add a title

  1. Move the playhead to the spot where you want the title to appear in your video.

  2. Click the blue + icon on the left toolbar, and select Graphics.

    Select graphics
    Select graphics

  3. Select Titles. Choose a title style that you want to add to your project. Click Add.

    To see more title styles, click More.

    Select title
    Select title

    Premiere Rush adds a default title clip to your timeline, showing you a preview of it in your Preview monitor as well.

    To see more title styles, click More. You can search for specific title styles using the search bar. 

  4. Select the title clip in the timeline and double-click the text in the Preview monitor to edit it.

    Edit the default title text
    Edit the default title text

  5. To customize the appearance of the title, use the Graphics panel. You can change the font, font size, and other format and appearance controls.

    Edit the appearance of the title
    Edit the appearance of the title

    If you want additional font options, you can add fonts from Adobe Fonts. For more information, see Add fonts from Adobe Fonts.

Change title style

You can edit the text, font, size, color, and position of a title. You can also preview other title styles and change the title to a style you like better.

  1. Select the title clip in the timeline, and click the Titles icon to open the Titles panel.

  2. From the Titles panel, select a template with the style you want.

  3. To further customize the title, select Edit in the Titles panel.

  4. Select your text layer in the Preview monitor and then change the font, size, color, and other properties of your title.

Adjust the position, size, and duration of a title

Adjust the position and size of a title.

Select the title clip in the timeline.

Then click the Preview monitor to bring up the blue handles that allow you to adjust the position and size of the title. You can now move the title and position it anywhere on the monitor.

Adjust the position and size of the template
Adjust the position and size of the template

Adjust the duration of a title.

Use the orange trim handles around the clip to increase or decrease the duration of the clip.

To move a clip, just select it and move it in the timeline.

Adjust the duration of the template
Adjust the duration of the template

Add transition graphics

  1. Move the playhead to the spot where you want the transition to appear in your video.

  2. Click the blue + icon on the left toolbar, and select Graphics.

    Select graphics
    Select graphics

  3. Select Transition Graphics. Choose a transition graphic style that you want to add to your project. Click Add.

    Select transition graphic
    Select transition graphic

    To see more title styles, click More. You can search for specific transition graphics using the search bar. 

  4. To customize the transition graphic, use the Graphics panel.

    Edit the appearance of the transition graphic
    Edit the appearance of the transition graphic

Add an overlay

  1. Move the playhead to the spot where you want the overlay to appear in your video.

  2. Click the blue + icon on the left toolbar, and select Graphics.

    Select graphics
    Select graphics

  3. Select Overlays. Choose an overlay style that you want to add to your project. Click Add.

    Select overlay
    Select overlay

    To see more title styles, click More. You can search for specific overlay styles using the search bar. 

  4. To customize the overlay, use the Graphics panel.

    Edit the appearance of the overlay graphic
    Edit the appearance of the overlay graphic

Save titles or graphics

  1. To save a title or graphic, click the ... icon.

  2. Select Save as.

    Saving a title or a graphic
    Saving a title or a graphic

  3. Enter a name. Click OK.

    This template is available to you from the Saved section in the Graphics Media Browser, and you can use it in any Premiere Rush project.

    Saved section of the Graphics Media Browser
    Saved section of the Graphics Media Browser

Install Motion Graphics templates

Motion Graphics templates are templates created by a Motion Graphics artist in Premiere Pro or After Effects. You can use these templates to create professional-looking titles, transitions, and other video elements in just a few steps.

If you would like to use Motion Graphics templates stored on your computer or in Creative Cloud Files, you need to use Premiere Pro to import them into a Creative Cloud Library, and then open that library within Premiere Rush to add the Motion Graphics template to a project.

When you install a Motion Graphics template, the template gets copied to the Local Templates folder in your installation of Premiere Rush. 

Want to learn more about Motion Graphics templates? Watch this video.

  1. Open the Essential Graphics panel in Premiere Pro.

  2. Install the Motion Graphics template according to the instructions here.

  3. After installing the Motion Graphics template, copy it from the local section to a Creative Cloud library.

  4. Open Premiere Rush, navigate to the Saved section in the Graphics Media Browser. Then navigate to the library where you saved the Motion Graphics template. 

     

  5. Select the Motion Graphics template and drag it to the timeline.

Delete title clips

To delete a title clip, select the clip in the timeline and click the Delete icon on the left toolbar.

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