Loving the performance of my new MacBook Pro with the M1 Pro chip however, I am having trouble locating certain fonts to use for my titles when editing in Premiere Pro (latest version v.22 but I think 15.4.1 for these purposes.)
Am I doing something wrong? I've tried deactivating/reactivating ... shutting down ... etc. Is there something else to try? Wondering if this is a glitch using Pr with the new processor chip.
System fonts and fonts from the Adobe Type Library (Adobe Fonts | Explore unlimited fonts) should load as expected.
Support for Postcript Type 1 fonts is ending in 2023, but font formats should load as expected.
If you're having difficulty with 3rd party fonts, you would want to reach out to the font publisher.
As a troubleshooting step, do the fonts that are not working in Premiere Pro showing up as expected in other applications like Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects and/or TextEdit?
Ooooohhh great question. I will need to check that out however, I don't know if the fonts I want to use are 3rd party fonts. How would I know?
I can "activate" the fonts when creative cloud asks me to activate them. But after I "activate," they do not appear when I type the name in the font selection field ... but let me check to see if they appear when I use photoshop.
Here are the articles that I refer to whenever I'm having font issues:
@Warren Heaton ACK! I missed this ... still getting acquainted with the community discussion boards ...
Actually, I was not able to get the font to load as expected HOWEVER, I have yet to exhaust all of your helpful suggestions.
Now I have a strange problem whereby the menu buttons won't work. I hover my mouse over a menu button but the drop-down menu won't stay open long enough for me to select an option. It is very frustration and happens sporadically. Can't tell if it is because of the M1 Pro chip or Mac OS Monterey.
Never happened when I was using my intel based Mac with Big Sur.
If you click and hold the menu button can you make the selection?