How to export MOGRT without legacy title??

Community Beginner ,
Mar 04, 2021 Mar 04, 2021

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So after spending literally days creating a decent intro, I'd love to be able to export that as a .MOGRT file but the option is greyed out. I've spent hours reading through these forums and wasting so much time watching misleading YouTube videos -- I don't understand why there is no clear information here.

From what I've read, from 2017.. is that you need to re-create as legacy title and then work in that space?? Well what if I've already created everything and its on my timeline with sound fx's and adjustment layers and transitions -- how can I export this as a .mogrt WITHOUT RECREATING IT????

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Mar 04, 2021 Mar 04, 2021

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You cannot save your timeline as a mogrt.

If you want a mogrt you need to create your title in the Essential Graphics Panel.

 

You cannot save legacy titles as templates anymore. That feature has gone.

You cannot save a legacy title as a Mogrt, a mogrt it is part of the Essential Graphic.

 

https://blog.adobe.com/en/publish/2018/11/12/creating-motion-graphic-templates-an-ebook.html

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Rough.. I guess that makes sense why I couldn't find a direct answer. Thank you for the fast reply.

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