When Premiere started to discontinue the legacy titler, when the system asked me if I wanted to make a particular title into the new format, I clicked yes. I had placed watermarks scattered throughout the timeline for a film. It somehow created the ability to change the text on one title, and the change took effect on all the titles, which is what I wanted since it's the same watermark.
But now, I don't know how to duplicate that ability as I've moved to another computer. How do you change the text across multiple titles? I can only find tutorials on changing all the fonts, effects, etc.
Smart Replace templates in Premiere Pro There's an option in the spring 2018 version or later of Premiere Pro to replace a MOGRT already in use in your sequence with an updated version while preserving the customizations you've already made. In Premiere Pro, press the Option key on macOS or the Alt key on Windows, and then drag the new version of the template from the Browse tab of the Essential Graphics panel and drop it over the existing clip in the sequence. If the template is used more than once in the project, Premiere Pro will ask if you want to replace just the selected instance or every instance in all sequences.