I keep trying to make a legacy title in my project but when I do the file type for it is labeled as a graphic. It's causing all kinds of errors in my project like every time I try to change a label name, it's converting it across the entire thing as oppose to just the specific panel. Is there a way to change it back to a text engine as oppose to a graphic?
Editing, Effects and Titles, Error or problem, Performance
You may have found a bug but I doubt Adobe is going to fix it. Not more than 15 days pass without someone needing to use the Legacy Titler or burn DVDs and Blu-ray disks. Could Adobe solve these problems? Yes they could but Adobe is not going to cater to it's users. What the users want and need is not imprantant to the Adobe Corporation, money is.
That being said I am starting to use the Essential Graphics Titles because someone form Adobe told me for sure that the Legaacy Titler will be gone soon. I would love to see Adobe make a few minor improvments to the Legacy Titler but it is what it is.
I don't think this is related to whether PR considers a legacy title a "grahic." The default behavior for legacy titles is that a duplicate is just an instance of the original. Edit any one of them edits all of them.
See this old post for the method to create independent copies:
If you are using the upgrade to master grapics option, yes, that does mean that particular graphic is now a Master Graphic, and any mod you make to any use of it immediately changes all other instances of that graphic.
It's powerful when you want that, annoying when you just want to change a word "here".
Andy's got the better overall take. And all should push for some further updates to the Essential Graphics process.