You can add title text to any clip in your project using one of the many title styles available in Premiere Rush.
The Titles panel allows you to choose from a selection of built-in Motion Graphics templates, import a Motion Graphics template you already have, or access hundreds more from Adobe Stock. After choosing a template, customize the text, font, and color.
The panel contains a Styles and Edit tab, and a secondary My Templates and Adobe Stock tab. The ... button allows you to import or save a custom template.
A. Templates stored on your device B. Templates available from Adobe Stock C. Import or save a custom template D. Search for a template by keyword E. Filter templates by all, recently used, your favorites (starred), or by Creative Cloud Library folder F. View of your templates
You can browse and search for video title templates and graphics templates using the Styles tab.
- The My Templates tab allows you to view, filter, and search Motion Graphic templates that are on your device or in your Creative Cloud Libraries..
- The Adobe Stock tab allows you to browse and use templates from Adobe Stock, including titles, intros/outros, lower-thirds, transitions, and graphics.
The Edit tab allows you to customize the titles.
For more information on how to install and customize templates, see Jazz up your titles using professionally designed Motion Graphics templates.
You can add and edit titles using the Titles panel in Premiere Rush. To add a title, place the playhead where you would like your title to appear. Click the blue + button on the left toolbar, and select Title.
Premiere Rush adds a default title clip to your timeline, showing you a preview of it in your Preview monitor as well.
The Titles panel also appears on the right, allowing you to choose a different style if you like. Click on a different template in the panel to swap out the style; you can choose from templates in My Templates or Adobe Stock.
With the title clip selected in the timeline, click the Preview monitor to bring up blue handles that allow you to adjust the position and size of the template. You can move it anywhere on the monitor. You can also adjust where the title clip starts and ends by adjusting it in the timeline by using the orange trim handles around the clip or by moving the clip around in the timeline.
Customize the appearance of your text and graphics using the Edit tab of the Titles panel, including font, font size, and other format and appearance controls.
TIP: Click or tap the Star icon next to your favorite fonts in the Font drop-down list that you plan to use in the future. This allows you to filter and search only for your favorite fonts. For more information, see Filter fonts.
If you want additional font options, you can add fonts from Adobe Fonts. For more information, see Add fonts from Adobe Fonts.
To delete a title clip, select the clip in the timeline and click the Delete icon on the left toolbar.
You can browse thousands of fonts from hundreds of type foundries from within Premiere Rush, and use them in your project. To add and use fonts:
You can use filters so that only fonts from the Adobe Fonts library, or your favorite fonts are displayed.
- To view only the fonts from Adobe Fonts that are synced to your computer, click the Creative Cloud icon.
- To view only the fonts that you have marked as a favorite, click the the Star icon.