Different Font Sizes in Essential Graphics Title – Is It Possible?

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Jun 27, 2022 Jun 27, 2022

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I’m needing to have multiple font sizes on each line of some titles in Essential Graphics of Premiere Pro (CC 2022), but I can’t find a way to do it.
Example:

Apple (on sale)

 

Is it possible?

Thanks!

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 27, 2022 Jun 27, 2022

Type your text. Select the one word, then go to the font size control in the EGP ... and change font size.

 

Works whether you're doing "box text" in a bounding box, or 'point text' where you simply click and start typing.

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Change any font control you want ... size, color, font itself ...

 

Neil

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 27, 2022 Jun 27, 2022

You have to select the text/graphic item in the monitor. You can't select it any way other than that.

 

The EGP panel is the control, like the ECP controls for effects ... but you select the text/effect in the monitor. Always.

 

Neil

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Type your text. Select the one word, then go to the font size control in the EGP ... and change font size.

 

Works whether you're doing "box text" in a bounding box, or 'point text' where you simply click and start typing.

RNeilHaugen_0-1656359282691.png

 

 

Change any font control you want ... size, color, font itself ...

 

Neil

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Thanks!  That works great.
I was wondering if this works only by highlighting the text in the preview screen, or if it can work in the "Text>Graphics" panel (not sure what exactly that is called)?  It seems like there's more precise control over the spacing of the text in that area, and I thought I'd ask.

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You have to select the text/graphic item in the monitor. You can't select it any way other than that.

 

The EGP panel is the control, like the ECP controls for effects ... but you select the text/effect in the monitor. Always.

 

Neil

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