None of the preset graphics work when I load them into my sequence. I can see they are there in the Essential graphics tab and when I click and drag them into my sequence there's nothing there..
Is the track targeted?
Is the track locked?
I am using Premiere Pro CC2017, and have the same problem. Essential Graphics just don't work at all. I updated to 2018, and and Essential Graphics DID work, but I had so many OTHER new bugs, I had to go back to 2017 until Adobe gets the bugs worked out. I really wish they would test these new releases better before launching, I have lost so much time dealing with these issues.
ZWestbrook28: What graphic template are you trying to drag? For example, you're in the EG panel and go to Browse and then open the Credits folder and try to drag Classic Credits to your sequence — nothing happens?
You did not ask me, but for me templates all seem to be empty. Neither can I enter a text title in the program screen. I've tried templates as an object on my existing sequence timeline, and I've made new sequences for them, all to no avail.
What's your OS? I am on macOS 10.12.6. When I look inside the contents of the Premiere Pro 2018 app, I see this:
Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018 > Contents > Essential Graphics, and then a bunch of folders containing the .mogrt files:
Do you not see this? If not, or if the folders are all empty, that would explain why nothing shows up in the EG panel.
Hello. I have this problem Stefan: it is empty (though i've been working with AP CC for three weeks without any issues with the EG and now it's all disappeared (even though i reinstallesd APCC..
Racines: When you say "it is empty", are you referring to the Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018 > Contents > Essential Graphics folder on your hard drive? Check that folder and see what's there. Also, what is your OS version and what version of Premiere Pro are you working with (i.e., did you most recently install)?
Thank you all: i found the solution, after re installing, i found the graphics window (somewhere else, but found it Thanks again. Yves
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I am still having the same problem. I am using Premier Pro 2018. I can drag the .mort files that I have created and I can slo use the Basic Lower Third.mogrt but when I download a sample from internet I cant drop it to the sequence. I says: the thing about after effects bla bla bla
This video is from 2018 and the PP EG panel has changed. This did not help me find my EG mogrts. I rebooted and at least now I can see the EG Adobe Stock mogrts (which are pretty much worthless b/c nothing is free). Hopefully, they eventually show up like they have in the past. It's just weird...it's like ***POOF*** they're gone!
There should be quite a number of free mogrts on Adobe's stock via the EGP Browse panel ... you can search by fee, that should bring them up.
True that R Neil. I was able to check the box and found a few free mogrts. But again, I have no idea why, as I was working in my project, all my mogrts just reappeared. I did nothing different.
I'm experiencing almost the same thing, but i can't make it work by reinstalling.
I can see the Essential Graphics panel and all it's content in Premiere Pro CC app, looking like it should
I can drag whichever template into my sequence timeline and drop it there, but there's no graphic showing on the Program window, hence I can't edit the template with the text tool becuase the graphic is simply not in the Program monitor.
I reinstalled Premiere pro CC 2018 but problem remains.
I'm on a MSI GS73VR 7RF Stealth pro laptop
16 GB RAM
GTX 1060 GPU
I've found a work around for this:
Originally I've stored my project folder in my desktop Dropbox folder.
When I move the project folder to another location outside of Dropbox problem resolves.
I was facing similar issue today when I started new projects and all of a sudden this problem started. I can see Essential Graphics panel and I can drag any graphics/presets into my timeline but I don't see them over the video and also can't edit them. After some tinkering, I figured that the folder names for all my assets that I am using are all way too long and thought may be it is causing the problem so I made the folder name shorter and it fixed the problem. May be Adobe Premiere has some sort of limit on file/folder names which Windows may allow but essential graphics may have issue with it. My problem is fixed but thought to share this while I was reading this thread.
I am having a similar issue and in fact successfully bought and added a graphic from the store but even though the preview is there I just cannot drag into a project.
Mac OS 10.13.6
2.6 GHz Intel Core i5
16GB 1600 MHz DDR3
Inte; Iris 1536 MB
The preview is ... where?
Can you have me? My EG was not working too
I have a time sensitive project and Essential Graphics keeps crashing! im getting this message everytime I try to edit my rolling credits.
Premiere Pro has encounterd an error
My set up
Computer: Mac Pro (late 2013)
Processor: 3 GHz 8-Core Intel Xeon E5
Memory: 32 GB 1866 MHz DDR3
Graphics: AMD FirePro D700 6144 MB
I have tried setting graphics from Metal to software only and it has not helped
I cant find any help online! Ive filled out 4 crash reports and Adobe is ignoring me. I have a very important project due tomorrow and I need to solve this now. I feel helpless and depressed. It's just titles for shucks sake.. what am I doing worng? It was working earileer.
I am having the same problem. I agree this needs to be fixed. I can feel your frustration. Someone please help. I am trying to edit a project too and I can't load my graphics in the project window as well.
I can't tell from your post what exactly is happening. Do you mean you can't see them in the Project panel, or in the Program monitor when added to a sequence in the Timeline panel?
Mogrts don't normally 'show' in the Project panel, they're normally "housed" in either the Browse tab of the EGP in your Local Folders, or in your CC libraries.
And of course when used, are put onto sequences in the timeline panel ... and should show their and of course in the Program monitor.
So ... giving more specific information as to what you are doing and what happens when you do so would be helpful.