I have lists that I want to be lined up like this.
But I don't always want them to be directly centered. I want flexibility to put them wherever I want. Many programs have an option where you can just drag the object or text and It will automatically align it and show you the spacing. How can I do that In Premiere Pro?
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Go to Window > Essential Graphics and select Edit. Select the text layers and play around with the Align and Transform options.
Look for Align Left to align the text layers to the left.
But, this will not work for images. For that and all of the abowe i mostly use After Effects.
I cosign on the fact that aligning and centering visual compositions with text and images is done in After Effects the easiest. What you're trying to do in premiere isn't really what the software is meant to do. So you're going to have to use quirky workarounds, when it's a couple of easy clicks in After Effects.
Essential Graphics sucks. No where near After effects. If we were to shuffle every now and then between AE and PP, dynamic link starts sucking. If AE allowed multiple objects in a single layer, and also transistions, I would never come back to premiere.
All my options disappear as soon as I multi-select tracks, even if the tracks have exactly the same text/graphics elements on them. I believe the align and transform tools will only work if you're working on one track, meaning any other effects are not possible, you'll have to have all your text on one track.