Titles are more legible when they’re stills. They’re also a lot less interesting.
A transition may lift them out of the doldrums. When you’re working with layers in Adobe® Premiere® Pro, it makes sense that some kind of transition between them is going to make it a lot more pleasing than hard cuts – especially when the layers form a composite picture. Like video effects, though, badly chosen transitions can really trash your title sequence…
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to add some interest to a title in a wedding video by adding transitions between the title’s layers.
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