Somehow My Title Menu Is Missing

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Apr 19, 2017 Apr 19, 2017

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I just installed the latest PR CC 2017 on a new windows computer and I was working along, pressed "Control-T" thinking I'd get a title dialog and nothing happened. Then, I looked up at my menu bar (see attached) and the Title menu is gone!  Where did it go and how do I get it back?

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Adobe Employee , Apr 19, 2017 Apr 19, 2017

Hi peterkellner1,

This was removed in 11.1 since the new Essential Graphics was added. You can now go to File menu > New > Legacy Title.

Create title graphics |

Thanks,

Vidya

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 07, 2017 Jun 07, 2017

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Thank you. I've sitting here raking my brain, even reset my workspace while holding down Shift/Alt during start up. This created an even bigger headache because now all my previous files are gone, all my saved title templates are gone and I have to start from scratch. I really wish I had seen this before the 3 hours it took me to try to figure out the issue.

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Jun 16, 2017 Jun 16, 2017

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I have found the workaround to allow one to use legacy templates, however it's a horrible hack really.

There is an adobe help page on this, however it has a typo which means it doesn't work, so here's what you do.

  • You find where your templates are, mine were in C:\Users\Dave\Documents\Adobe\Premiere Pro\11.0\Profile-Dave\Templates
  • You create a new project called eg "Title Templates", and put this somewhere where your media browser favourites allow you to quickly access it
  • You then import those template files into the project.
  • Save the project

Now to use one of your templates, you do:

  • Media Browser, find that "titles" project, open in media browser, and then either
  • Double click them into source, drag them into timeline, then double click to edit, or
  • Import them into project, and edit / use them from the project panel

It's painful, however hopefully that helps anyone who, like me, has a library of saved templates they want to continue using...

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Community Beginner ,
Jun 27, 2017 Jun 27, 2017

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Why create a project? You can simply import the required template

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Jun 27, 2017 Jun 27, 2017

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It's nice to have quick access to all your templates in one place.  Otherwise you're hunting around your hard drive trying to remember where they are.  However you could, as you say, just import them as you need them.

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New Here ,
Jul 01, 2017 Jul 01, 2017

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You should change important things when you update to the next CC. How can you change our workflows from 11.1.1 to 11.1.2. Come on guys. Be serious. I have huge projects with tons of Lower Thirds. And the thing is you make it more stupid to create a title.

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Community Beginner ,
Aug 16, 2019 Aug 16, 2019

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Excellent, I found it. What about the options for making the title the "still" or "crawling" type...like in Premiere CS6? I didn't see these options in the Premiere CC "File menu > New > Legacy Title."

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LEGEND ,
Aug 16, 2019 Aug 16, 2019

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Click here:

Screen Shot 2019-08-16 at 6.21.53 AM.png

MtD

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Adobe Employee ,
May 11, 2020 May 11, 2020

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Please, all.
Move away from even using Legacy Titles. Anything called "Legacy" means that it will be phased out of the product eventually.

 

Use the newer Title tools and Essential Graphics panel.

 

If that's a serious problem for your workflow, let the product team know here.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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May 12, 2020 May 12, 2020

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 12, 2020 May 12, 2020

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John,

 

So what are the things in the Legacy titler that you need that aren't possible in the EGP? It's always good to know what are the precise pain points.

 

Neil

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May 13, 2020 May 13, 2020

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Hey Neil, 

 

I think nothing less then feature parity is acceptable for long term compatibility, but I'll answer your question directly; 

 

- Stroke

- Sheen

- Texture

- Small Caps Size

- Aspect

- More shapes than Rectangle and Ellipse

- Pen tools

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 13, 2020 May 13, 2020

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Definitely want the "more shapes" bit ... that's something I've complained long and loud about with the EGP ...

 

Neil

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May 14, 2020 May 14, 2020

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Wasn't the originally stated intent of these "Essential" panels to provide a secondary simplified interface for chop chop workflow editors? Does this mean we're also going to loose the Audio mixers eventually? /s

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Adobe Community Professional ,
May 14, 2020 May 14, 2020

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"Essential" has seemed to have transmogrified rather more than somewhat. Personally, I think it's a misplaced term at the moment. As both the E-Sound and E-graphics are currently simply a UI tool for applying effects to the sequence. And both are clearly intended to be used in concert with the ECP controls for fine-tuning and other adjustments.

 

LIke the Lumetri panel ... which is simply a glorified UI panel for the Lumetri effect. And to get the most use, you need to be able to access both the Lumetri panel and the ECP at the same time for say keyframing/masking/tracking.

 

I think they'd be smart to simply call them the Sound panel and the Graphics panel.

 

And I don't see any implication for the mixers from this.

 

Neil

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