#57 Synch Your Titles and DVD
Choose Your Fonts Well
However you design your titles, remember that simple fonts work better on television, DVDs, and streaming video clips than complex and (
For example, consider the
For a recent project, I created the background images for all Premiere Pro titles in Encore, removing the text in this title and dragging in images for each major section in the project (
). Then I captured each screen and added it to Premiere Pro, using the same font as Encore to create a neat, consistent appearance. The other way to go, of course, is to
Designing for Streaming
When producing streaming video, test your font and font
Whether you crib Encore's menus, base your DVD menus on Premiere Pro title templates, or create your own from scratch, if you're producing a DVD, consider designing your titles so that they appear similar to your DVD menus.
#58 Working with Premiere Pro Title Templates
Premiere Pro includes a highly useful collection of title templates, which
Figure 58a. Premiere Pro includes lots of useful templates you can use as is or customize to your liking.
Some templates have "HD" variations for high-definition
You can save your own templates via the Template fly-out menu shown in Figure 58b . After saving, the template appears in the User Templates section, and you can choose it as the Default Still menu in the same menu. Thereafter, you can easily create new titles with that template in Premiere Pro's main menu by choosing Title > New Title > Default Still.
Figure 58b. Use the Template fly-out menu to create and store your own templates.