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Creating a Custom Title in Premier Elements 19?

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Oct 07, 2018

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Ok I haven't had Premier Elements 19 for long (was going to get 18 but I just happen to catch the release of 19 apparently lol) and I found out the other day you can create custom titles.

I'd like to be able to do this for videos at some point but so far the only means I see of saving a custom title is by modding one of the presets.. and the ones with a background image doesn't seem to let you replace that image?

I can find workarounds for what I want to do, but I don't want to have to do it every time I open the program. So is there away for me to create a custom title screen from scratch and saving it as a custom title? If not how do you replace the background image for the preset titles and save it so that the image is there? If I wanted the title to have an animated background would that just end up having to be saved as a video instead of a title (basically kind of like an intro of sorts).

I really hope this makes some level of sense.

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Creating a Custom Title in Premier Elements 19?

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Ok I haven't had Premier Elements 19 for long (was going to get 18 but I just happen to catch the release of 19 apparently lol) and I found out the other day you can create custom titles.

I'd like to be able to do this for videos at some point but so far the only means I see of saving a custom title is by modding one of the presets.. and the ones with a background image doesn't seem to let you replace that image?

I can find workarounds for what I want to do, but I don't want to have to do it every time I open the program. So is there away for me to create a custom title screen from scratch and saving it as a custom title? If not how do you replace the background image for the preset titles and save it so that the image is there? If I wanted the title to have an animated background would that just end up having to be saved as a video instead of a title (basically kind of like an intro of sorts).

I really hope this makes some level of sense.

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I would like to know how to do this too, did you figure it out?

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Caroline,

Can you be more specific about what you are trying to do?  I'm used to putting titles in front of both stills and videos.  It is very straight forward.  So, I think I'm missing the point of the question.

Bill

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