You can hear the excitement in Jonas Hummelstrand’s voice as he moves his cursor around the screen in Adobe Premiere Pro, demonstrating all the powerful capabilities of the new graphics engine and Motion Graphics templates.
All the moviemaking magic you see on the big screen, on television, and in online videos doesn’t happen overnight. The motion graphics that enhance these mediums — whether it’s a lower-third or text overlay, 3D imagery or a cartoonish facial expression on an actor — require skilled designers to create them.
As a follow up to What the Heck is a .mogrt?!, we’ve written a short how-to to get you started on creating Motion Graphics templates (.mogrt files) from your After Effects compositions for flexible use in Premiere Pro.
Motion Graphics templates (.mogrt) are a new file type that we introduced in our April 2017 release. In this blog post, we’ll answer a few frequently asked questions about Motion Graphics templates and how they can make your life so much easier.
Cross-platform publishing and performance tracking. Strategic recommendations to achieve peak performance. The Social Publishing panel (beta) is designed for the ways online video creation is changing the industry.
Team Projects, new VR support, enhanced Lumetri color panels, Destination Publishing and so very much more … all coming in the next release of of Premiere Pro CC and Adobe Media Encoder CC. Read on for more!