Changing a Master Style (Essential Graphics)

Jun 13, 2018

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After I've linked different texts to a certain master style in Essential Graphics, how do I change the master style to change all these linked texts to a different font?

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Thank you Kevin for the reply! I actually found the answer.

If we change certain attributes, all we have to do is press the up-arrow button right next to the master style!

Thank you!

-Brian

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Changing a Master Style (Essential Graphics)

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After I've linked different texts to a certain master style in Essential Graphics, how do I change the master style to change all these linked texts to a different font?

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Thank you Kevin for the reply! I actually found the answer.

If we change certain attributes, all we have to do is press the up-arrow button right next to the master style!

Thank you!

-Brian

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br,

Have you tried creating a new Master Style with all the same attributes except font, and then applying that? I think that would do it. For future applications of this item, you could create a Master Graphic.

More info and tips in the following doc might hold another way to do this, but I don't think there is one: Create titles and motion graphics with the Graphics workspace in Premiere Pro.

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Kevin

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Thank you Kevin for the reply! I actually found the answer.

If we change certain attributes, all we have to do is press the up-arrow button right next to the master style!

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Glad that works for you, Brian!

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The push and Pull option is the answer for your question.  This guy explains cleary how we can use master style in a practical editing situation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CIBrerm4p0

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