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Choose File > New > Title. Specify the title name and click OK. Tip: Adjust the timeline playhead to the position where you'd like the title to appear. This will be used as the background video when you're working on your title.
Create a title clip Start in the Titles workspace by selecting Titles at the top of the screen or choosing Window > Workspaces > Titles. From the main menu, choose Title > New Title > Default Still. In the New Title dialog box, give your title clip a name and click OK.
First make sure the Type tool is selected in the Title Tools panel on the right (choose Window > Title Tools to reveal it). ... When you're ready to add the title to your sequence, drag the title clip from the Project panel to the sequence in the Timeline panel.
Create a new sequence, and drag in the footage/clips. Select the text tool, then click anywhere to begin creating text. Type in the text you desire. Click on the text and position it where you want the effect to take place. Grab the rectangle tool. Drag a rectangle across the entire clip.
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Find the text tool in the tools panel. ... Click on this tool, go to your preview panel and click. ... Type anything you want. ... Click on the graphics layer. ... You will notice the text layer is in here. ... If you go to the source text. ... You can also crop and mask the text with the mask tools right beneath it's name.
Create or navigate to the sequence you want to add a watermark to. Select the text tool from the tools. Click on your preview panel to begin typing text. Type whatever you want in here. ... Now go to the graphic layer controls. ... From here, change the text color to a dark gray.
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