The opening titles are your first chance to really wow the audience. In this article we’ve chosen 10 of the Best Premiere Pro Animated Title Templates from Videohive, perfect to get your viewers eager to see the rest of your video.
Clean and modern-looking titles, the Minimal Titles pack for Adobe Premiere Pro contains ten unique title animations in full HD. The titles are quick to render and don’t require any plugins to use.
A quick and easy way to make creative, animated titles, the Creative Titles Package for Premiere Pro boasts a use time of just one minute. There are 19 animations included, which can be combined with a selection of backgrounds and colours to make something suitable but just about any film project.
Get your game face on for the Arcade Text Maker which is 8bits of pure retro joy. There are 28 premade animations and the titles work with any font. The MOGRT and AEP (motion graphic template and After Effects project, for the rest of us) files are included with the download.
Glitch effects are really popular at the minute, and the Glitch Text Animator PRO template for Premiere Pro is one of the more subtle styles, so it’s perfect for a variety of projects. There are 12 animations included, with easy colour control and tutorials to help you get started.
With 14 original, animated titles, the Special Modern Titles for Premiere template is a fast-rendering, easy to customise option. Simple click and drag to change the duration.
When one glitch title just isn’t enough, C2Motion have put together a whopping 100 Glitch Titles for you. Ideal for lyric videos or text animations, just drag and drop to use, and a link to the free font used is included with your download.
Mechanical Titles is a techno-designed Premiere Pro template with a cyber feel. You don’t need After Effects to use the 12 animated titles, and it’s easy to change up the colours to suit your video.
The Motion Titles project for Premiere Pro contains not only animations, but also transitions and lower thirds, making it a great all-rounder for your project.
As you might have guessed from the title, 40 options await you in the 40 Kinetic Titles download. A simple and versatile pack, it’s easy to change the colours and style, making it suitable for a wide range of film projects.
When run of the mill just won’t do, you need Epic Titles for Premiere. They’re, well, epic! Each scene has a different animation and the project is well-organised and fast to render.
Try These Great 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.
Water Ripple Title is a clean and simple template perfect for corporate projects or for videos that require a little subtly.
Inject some fun into your action film with these SuperHero titles. Sometimes you just want to go all out, and this is the template to do that.
This glitch set is really flexible. It's not only easy to customise everything from the position of the titles, the size and the colours, but it also comes complete with sound effects.
Tuts+ Tips for Making Your Title Sequence
- Keep the style relevant to the production by using the right kind of effect or template for your project. A handwriting animation would be great for a demonstration or corporate piece, but less pleasing on a horror movie!
- Font size is a tricky one, avoid the temptation to fill the screen with text. Likewise, it needs to be big enough to read comfortably! Many experienced filmmakers say that a smaller font looks classier.
- Keep it short. Everyone likes a nice title sequence, but don't bore your audience before your video even gets going. (Unless you're Game of Thrones, now that's a title sequence!)
- Think about what your titles should do. They reflect or set the mood for your production, so think about whether they're just an introduction, or whether they're part of the story.
- Related to the above point, avoid spoilers! It sounds obvious, but if you're using flashes of action that happen during your film as a tease, don't show anything that will give the game away.
- Don’t animate the title to match the picture. It might seem fun to have say, a descending elevator with the text following it down the screen, but it’s a little dated and might make you look amateur.
- Do research. If you're looking to replicate a style from a particular era, then watch examples of films that were made then and you can make more informed style decisions.