If you've already invested all of your time into the body of your video, you might have forgotten to budget time for a great intro. We all know that without a good intro, nobody will make it to the rest of your production. This is a situation where Final Cut Pro intro templates can save your presentation.
In this round-up, we'll look at ten of the best Final Cut Pro intro templates. All of these intro templates can get the audience's attention and keep them tuned-in.
10 Top Intro Video Templates for Final Cut Pro
When you use Final Cut Pro templates, most of the work is already completed for you. Templates give you placeholders that you drop your text, images, and branding into. That saves you time, and likely gives you a better intro than the one you create on your own.
All of these templates are available as a part of a subscription to Envato Elements. This flat-rate download service for creatives unlocks hundreds of templates that are screened for quality and ease-of-use.
OK, let's check out 10 of my favorite intro video templates for Final Cut Pro, all courtesy of Envato Elements!
Note: many of these templates require Apple Motion to completely customize. Make sure to check the description and consider picking up Motion to make the most of these templates.
This flashy intro is sure to grab audience attention. With glitchy photos and modern text overlays, it’s the perfect way to open your video in style. Simply drop in your content and let the template do the work! Using this opener, you can ensure your next film starts off just right.
Suited for commercial intros or corporate presentations, this template introduces your logo in a series of tiles. Use it to show off the elements that make your brand whole. It’s a light and airy way to bring your branding on-screen.
You might not be a professional editor, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use cinematic intros. This intense template brings the box office right to your screen. With 30 placeholders and full 4K resolution, it looks great anywhere and is a breeze to build.
Sports and action videography is a class all its own, and demands a special introduction. You’ll get just that with this fast-paced modern opener. With bold imagery and glitchy text overlays, it helps set the tempo for your sports film.
Just as the name suggests, this intro video template is a clean way to open any video in Final Cut. Watch as your logo animates onscreen in seconds, and then customize its arrival by exploring the fully editable layers. Add audio to the project to complement the dramatic visuals.
The goal of an intro is to capture attention and set the tone of the video. This quick and colorful opener is professionally designed to do just that. It’s well-suited for all types of content, including text, photos, videos, and more.
Glitch Opener brings urban grunge to your next production. It includes photo and video placeholders to add in your own imagery, coupled with gritty text overlays. You’ll also find helpful documentation to get you started building stunning intros.
This liquid logo reveal is a bright and airy way to introduce your brand to the world. It’s quick enough for fast videos, but detailed enough for a lengthier open. Abstract colors lend an artistic vibe to help set a positive mood.
In need of multiple corporate text overlays in a single pack? Turn to this 30-piece option, loaded with professional video titles. Whether you’re shooting an intro pack or an in-depth tutorial, you’re sure to find elegant text that’s just right for you.
Bright colors are one of the simplest, yet best ways to capture viewer attention. This colorful title pack includes a plethora of options to help you illustrate any text. It links to unique free custom fonts that help you stand out among your peers.
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