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Copying and pasting attributes in new text tool

New Here ,
May 26, 2017

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I'm just trying to find a way to paste attributes from one text clip to multiple others. With the old tool I've have saved a preset style. Any ideas?

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To get running with the new EGP, which works very differently than we're all used to, I recommend watching some tutorials ...

First, by James Strawn, one of the actual engineers on the project ...

Essential Graphics in Premiere Pro CC 2017.1.1 on Vimeo

Then reTooled.net ...

reTooled.net – After Effects & Premiere Pro – April 2017- The Essential Graphics Panel in Depth

And also ...

The NEW Essential Graphics Panel in Premiere Pro CC 2017 (Spring Update) - YouTube

Between them, they seem to cover most things.

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Copying and pasting attributes in new text tool

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I'm just trying to find a way to paste attributes from one text clip to multiple others. With the old tool I've have saved a preset style. Any ideas?

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Correct answer by R_Neil_Haugen | Adobe Community Professional

To get running with the new EGP, which works very differently than we're all used to, I recommend watching some tutorials ...

First, by James Strawn, one of the actual engineers on the project ...

Essential Graphics in Premiere Pro CC 2017.1.1 on Vimeo

Then reTooled.net ...

reTooled.net – After Effects & Premiere Pro – April 2017- The Essential Graphics Panel in Depth

And also ...

The NEW Essential Graphics Panel in Premiere Pro CC 2017 (Spring Update) - YouTube

Between them, they seem to cover most things.

Neil

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May 26, 2017

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To get running with the new EGP, which works very differently than we're all used to, I recommend watching some tutorials ...

First, by James Strawn, one of the actual engineers on the project ...

Essential Graphics in Premiere Pro CC 2017.1.1 on Vimeo

Then reTooled.net ...

reTooled.net – After Effects & Premiere Pro – April 2017- The Essential Graphics Panel in Depth

And also ...

The NEW Essential Graphics Panel in Premiere Pro CC 2017 (Spring Update) - YouTube

Between them, they seem to cover most things.

Neil

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May 26, 2017

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Thanks Neil - I hadn't even SEEN the EG window...tutorials were very helpful!

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Jan 10, 2018

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Hi Neil, thanks for those links.  But I couldn't find in those videos what I am looking for.  Is there a way to copy and paste Essential Graphics parameters such as justify and position from one clip to another?

I have loads of titles on a video made with the new text tool.  They all have different text but are positioned in the same place on screen, justified right in lower right corner.  The client has asked that they all be moved to lower left corner.  If I try to do this from the Effect Controls window it doesn't work.  I have to justify left and position left in the Essential Graphics window.  But can I copy and paste those setting to another title.  At the moment I am changing each title manually which takes for ever when there are so many of them.

I should add I have tried creating a Master Style but that only changes the justification not the position.

Thanks,

Matt

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Feb 23, 2018

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I have sort of the same question. My impression when first using the Essential Graphics panel to make Master Styles was that Align and Transform properties were part of the style ...

masterStyles.png

Am I correct in now thinking only the Text and Appearance sections are saved/included in a Master Style?

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Feb 23, 2018

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Yes ... that style thing is for type style & appearance.

It would be great to have paragraph styles also, and for that ... it's still the good ol' Feature request form ... and btw, like you, I'd rather look through a written like ... oh, manual type thing, you know? ... than watch video tuts.

Neil

Adobe Bug Report /Feature Request form ... https://www.adobe.com/go/wish

(They never respond to postings, but all filed reports are collated and distributed to all relevant managerial types, so they are seen.)

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Engaged ,
Mar 01, 2018

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I have a post in here somewhere about wanting paragraph styles but I'd settle for leading that only affected intra-paragraph lines rather than also changing the paragraph spacing. My theory is it really isn't affecting paragraph spacing but there's something hinky with the paragraph breaks so that they're all more like manual line breaks so the leading is, in fact, only affecting lines but all the lines are one big paragraph whether you press Enter/Return or not.

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Mar 08, 2018

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Using Premiere Pro 12.0 and I do not see anywhere to save text styles.

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Mar 08, 2018

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In the EGP control panel, Edit mode, it's the "Master Styles" line. Create a new Master Style.

Neil

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Engaged ,
Feb 23, 2018

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Ugh. I hate video tutorials. I make them for a living but I would rather waste an hour searching for something I can read than sit through a 3-4 minute video.

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Jul 09, 2020

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I found a quick and easy way to handle this. I ran into an issue myself where I added subtitles for a 2 minute piece, but didn't tweak the settings for drop shadow/color/etc. until AFTER I created them all (like a dummy).

 

What I found in CC2019, was that within the Essential Graphics panel there is a "Master Styles" section, and I was able to save a style there. It produced a Master Styles item in Project Folder.

 

I was then able to select all the text layers in my timeline, then I simple dragged the style from project bin and held down the Option key (mac) and dropped it on any of the text layers. Voila, the same treatment applied to all!

 

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