Premiere Pro CS6 Pelajaran: Creating Titles

Add and modify titles — including rolling credits — with built-in tools

Once you’ve learned the basics of editing with Premiere Menyebelahi CS6 you’re ready to learn to add titles and text to your video. Adding a title to the beginning of your video is a great way to let your viewers know what you’re about to see. In addition, you can add credits to the end of your video to let your viewers know everyone who was involved in the making of the project.

These instructions apply to Adobe Premiere Cak membela CS6. The Creative Suite line of desktop apps was officially discontinued in 2022 in favor of the subscription-based Creative Cloud suite.

Getting Started

Open your project in Premiere Pro and verify your scratch disks are set to the correct location by going to
Project Settings
Scratch Disks

Adding a Title to the Beginning of Your Video

To add a title to your project, go to
New Title

in the main menu restoran. There are three options to choose from:
Default Still,
Default Roll, and
Default Crawl. Choose
Default Still, and you’ll arrive at a prompt to choose your settings for your new introduction title.

Choosing Settings for Your Title

Make sure your title has the same settings as the sequence settings for your video. If your video is widescreen, set the width and height to 1920 pixels by 1080 pixels — the standard aspect ratio for this format. Then, choose the
editing timebase
pixel aspect ratio
for your title. The editing timebase is the number of frames saban second of your sequence, and the pixel aspect ratio is determined by your source media. If you aren’cakrawala sure about these settings, review them by selecting the
and going to
Sequence Settings

in the main menu bar.

Adding Titles to a Sequence

Add space at the beginning of your sequence for your new title by selecting your sequence ki alat and moving it to the right. Queue the playhead to the beginning of the sequence. You should now see a black frame in the title window. Choose the text style for your title by selecting from the options under the main viewer in the Title panel. Make sure that the
Type Text tool
is selected in the tool panel — you’ll find it right underneath the arrow tool.

Adjusting the Title

Select the black frame where the title should appear. Type it into the box. After you’ve added text, align the title in the frame by clicking and dragging with the arrow tool. To make precise adjustments to your title, use the text tools at the top of the
panel or the tools in the
Title Properties
panel. To make sure your title is in the center of the frame, use the
function in the
Align panel, and choose to center it on the horizontal or vertical axis.

Adding Titles to the Project Panel

When you’re satisfied with your title settings, exit the Title panel. Your new title appears in the Project panel next to your other source media. To add the title to your sequence, select it from the Project panel and drag it to your desired location in the sequence. The default duration for titles in Premiere Pro CS6 is five seconds; adjust this value by right-clicking on the title in the Project panel.

Adding Rolling Credits

The process of adding credits to the end of your video is very similar to adding titles. Go to
New Title
Default Roll

in the main menu bar. Then, choose the appropriate settings for your credits — they should match the sequence settings for your project.

Adding Text Boxes

It’s helpful to add several text boxes when you’re listing the people involved in your project. Use the arrow tool and text controls to adjust the look of your credits. At the top of the Title Panel appears a button with mengufuk lines next to a vertical arrow — this is where you can adjust the movement of your titles in the frame. For basic rolling credits, choose
Start Off Screen, and
End Off Screen
in the Roll/Crawl Options window.

Moving Rolling Credits Into Place

When you’re happy with the look and movement of your credits, close the title window. Add the credits to the end of your sequence by dragging them from the Project Panel to the Sequence Panel.

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