Adobe Premiere Pro is one of the leading editing programs for filmmakers and videographers. We’ve picked 10 of our favourite templates from talented Envato authors to help you find the perfect match for your project.
Unlimited Title Templates from Envato Elements
If you prefer to download a few different options, try Envato Elements where you can download as many as you like as part of the subscription. Here are a few impressive examples:
Bold and modern, Titles offers a pack of great typography that will add professionalism to any product. Ready for use and with a fast rendering time, this download is perfect for those quick-turnaround projects like social media videos.
Slideshow Opener 04 is a Premiere Pro slideshow template that’s perfect for cinematic openers, wedding films or even travel videos. Dust and light leaks add a touch of whimsy and there’s a link to the font used, included.
Despite its retro sounding title, Dirty Glitch & VHS Style is a fun and trendy template. Add a touch of nostalgia while staying current, the download features 23 image or video placeholders and the sound effects are included.
Super stylish, the Modern & Clean Presentation download allows you to quickly and easily drag and drop your content into the template. It’s a well-organised and colourful, with creative animation, clean text and dynamic transitions.
Top Tips for Using Templates
First, here are some of our top tips for using templates:
Customise, customise, customise! Templates are perfect as a starting point, but make sure you tweak to suit your project so it has your own unique stamp.
Start with simple templates that don’t need plugins if you’re new to the software or to templates themselves.
Many template downloads come with a tutorial, so it’s worth reading or watching this before you get started to save yourself time and hitting potential errors.
If you’re using lots of templates across different projects, remember to be organised and keep them in relevant, well-labelled folders, otherwise you’ll have a nightmare when it comes to finding them later! ‘New Project,’ ‘New Project 2’ and ‘Newest Project’ might seem fine at the time but they’ll cause you a world of pain later.
Before you actually start your project, give yourself some time to get familiar with the template—turn things on and off, drag in media—get familiar with it before you start for real.
Keep Learning: Dig Deeper into Premiere Pro
If you’d like to further your knowledge about Premiere Pro and get the most out of the software, then we have some great guides and courses to help you out.
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