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Title panel doesn't work in Premiere pro cc 2017.1

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Apr 20, 2017

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when i click the title panel button doesn't make any changes to my workspace, has someone the same problem or this happen only to me?

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Hi,

If you want a workspace with the new Title tools, you need to reset your Layouts: FAQ: I don't see the Graphics Workspace, how can I use it?

The old Titler workspace should be deleted. If you want to create a workspace with the Legacy Titler, create a new one from scratch. That should work.

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Title panel doesn't work in Premiere pro cc 2017.1

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Apr 20, 2017

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when i click the title panel button doesn't make any changes to my workspace, has someone the same problem or this happen only to me?

Screen Shot 2017-04-20 at 9.43.00 PM.png

Hi,

If you want a workspace with the new Title tools, you need to reset your Layouts: FAQ: I don't see the Graphics Workspace, how can I use it?

The old Titler workspace should be deleted. If you want to create a workspace with the Legacy Titler, create a new one from scratch. That should work.

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With Titles workspace active, try Window/Workspaces/Reset to Saved Layout... maybe something changed inadvertently. I just updated to latest CC and going from Editing Workspace to Titles Workspace changes things slightly as shown in screenshots below. Note, the first time activated Titles, a window popped with a grid and then disappared, then I got the below... after that, switch workspaces no longer produces that grid window.

Maybe you changed the Titles workspace in the prior version... not sure if Adobe honors retaining your changes until you Reset the layout. Perhaps you can give that a try and see.

My Editing workspace...

My Titles workspace...

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Thank YOU!

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Apr 21, 2017

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YES THANK YOU for posting this! I was going crazy thinking I had done something to the Titles panel by accident. I have exactly the same problem, the Titles panel does absolutely nothing when clicking it and I'm 100% sure I didn't make any changes to the workspace.

Ashley7 I got no grid popup window, nothing. Clicking on the Titles option at the top menu does absolutely nothing, selecting it from the workspaces menu does nothing as well; trying to reset workspaces is also futile. Back to the previous version for me, another Adobe product broken with the newest update.

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Apr 21, 2017

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when i click the titles button adobe does nothing

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Apr 21, 2017

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Ok, thanks to this thread's comment Re: Essential Graphics Panel vs. Title Tool (Titler) I have found a workaround that will do for now:

  • Click on File -> New -> Legacy Title.

This action does display the old Titles panel, complete with title styles. The top menu option and the option under Workspaces still don't work, but at least the Titles panel is accessible following the path above.

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Community Beginner ,
Apr 23, 2017

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If you go to "Window" and then click on "Essential Graphics" this activates the new "Titles" panel. I found this from this tutorial.

Not sure if thats the way its supposed to work but it now works for me.

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

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I also get no change from the Titles workspace button. Further, when I open the Essential Graphics panel, I can't get it to dock anywhere.... it just remains floating no matter where I drag it.

Any help on this would be good. I want to use the new titler, but don't want the EG panel floating.

Darryl

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Apr 25, 2017

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OK, so I just created my own workaround. I hope this is temporary.

1. Under Window/Workspaces - choose All Panels.

2. The Essential Graphics panel turns up as one of the many options in the panel on the right. I closed all the panels I didn't want.

3. Note, the legacy titler panels are there if you want.

4. Go back to Window/Workspaces and choose "Save as new workspace"

5. I called my new workspace Titles2.

6. Now to Window/Workspaces again, choose "Edit Workspaces...". This allows you to move your new workspace name were you want, and if you drag the existing/original Titles workspace down, it can go into a "Do not show" category until this bug gets fixed up.

Hope this helps,

Darryl

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Apr 25, 2017

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I'm also looking forward to a few of the old functionalities of the Legacy Titler in the new EG panel.

I do use rolling credits regularly, and am used to their functionality.

I also use the Bezier drawing tools. This tutorial shows a few nice, simple motion graphics effects using the pen tool:

SCRIBBLE Animation in PREMIERE PRO (That's what I like - Bruno Mars) | Cinecom.net - YouTube

Darryl

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