Typography: There’s an art to laying out type in a way that looks great but is also functional. The typography in your film is particularly important in your intro or opener, which is your first real chance to engage with your audience.
Using a template can help you to get your film opener looking great, and there are so many to choose from over at Envato Elements, where you can download as many as you like for a monthly subscription.
Intros and Openers: Top Typography Templates
Lively and spirited, this typography intro will put some pep in your project. It’s unassuming, minimalist and yet bold enough to catch your viewers’ attention.
Try this Clean Dynamic Opener which makes use of stylish image animation and powerful typography. It’s modern, elegant, and would suit a range of projects.
This upbeat typography template for Premiere Pro is a dynamic way to open your project. The black and white, minimalist design would work well with just about any style of video.
Bring your opener to life with this modern template featuring motion typography. With smooth animation, it’s a gentle but eye-catching way to start your film.
Kinetic Typography for Premiere Pro has 25 bouncing typography scenes that are easy to edit and customise.
Go old school with this charming typewriter intro with added grain and glitches. While a little niche, it’s bound to add interest and value to the project that fits.
7. Urban Intro
Cool and cinematic, Urban Intro is a grunge style typographic opener with glitches and upbeat animation.
Quick Typo Titles is a clean, simple opener with clean motion graphics to get your film opened in style. It’s easy to customise and there’s a tutorial included.
Enjoy big, bold typography with this opener for Premiere Pro. It has a neat fill/reveal effect which works well with the large type.
With easy controls and a tutorial included in case you get stuck, A Few Notes is a typography template for Premiere Pro that’s minimalist but fun.
More Top Typeography
Envato Tuts+ tutorials are translated into other languages by our community members—you can be involved too!Translate this post