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Reactions Overlay Effect

Community Beginner ,
Oct 02, 2023 Oct 02, 2023

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Hello!

I am trying to create a video where it looks like there are lots of hearts and "likes" poping up over the screen. I have not been able to find a tutorial on how to do something like this and wasn't sure if there was a way that is easier than animating each one?

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Community Expert , Oct 02, 2023 Oct 02, 2023

You're very welcome!

 

If you wouldn't mind, would you mark the answer as correct so that anyone else with the same question will be able to find the answer? Thanks! 🙂

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Community Expert , Oct 02, 2023 Oct 02, 2023

Yes, in Premiere Pro, you can open the Essential Graphics panel (Window > Essential Graphics)  and browse free or premium Adobe Stock templates there. If you've used any graphics in Premiere Rush, you'll find them under My Templates.

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Community Expert , Oct 02, 2023 Oct 02, 2023

Try adding a preset graphic overlay. In the desktop version, you would click on the Graphics icon in the upper right (hover over it to get a tooltip if you're not sure which icon to click). the click the +Browse button which will open options in a panel on the left which says Browse All at the top. From the dropdown menu, select Overlays and enter what you'd like in the search bar. "Hearts" will show some options that look like what you want. You could also try entering "emojis" or "likes." When

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Try adding a preset graphic overlay. In the desktop version, you would click on the Graphics icon in the upper right (hover over it to get a tooltip if you're not sure which icon to click). the click the +Browse button which will open options in a panel on the left which says Browse All at the top. From the dropdown menu, select Overlays and enter what you'd like in the search bar. "Hearts" will show some options that look like what you want. You could also try entering "emojis" or "likes." When you find graphic overlays that you like, you can drag them from the panel onto your timeline.

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Oh thank you! Thats super helpful!

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You're very welcome!

 

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Is there anything like that on premier pro?

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Yes, in Premiere Pro, you can open the Essential Graphics panel (Window > Essential Graphics)  and browse free or premium Adobe Stock templates there. If you've used any graphics in Premiere Rush, you'll find them under My Templates.

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