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How to Create a Quick Professional Text Reveal in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2018)

Learn how to create a quick professional text reveal in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
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Knowing a couple of quick tricks can help make a plain video look really professional. This is especially true with text animations. Whether it’s when introducing a interviewee, opening a scene, or giving the location, putting a little animation on your text can spice things up. Today I am going to be going over a really quick and professional looking text reveal. Let’s learn how to create a quick professional text reveal in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

How to Create a Quick Professional Text Reveal in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2018)

  1. First create a new sequence with your selected footage.
  2. Then click on the text tool, go to your sequence and type the text in that you want to use.
  3. Format the text and put it where you would like it to end up.
  4. Then go into effects and find an effect called crop. Drag that onto your text file.
  5. Go into effect controls and look for the crop effect. Go to the bottom and drag it up to create an artificial line.
  6. Now go up to the text layer in effect controls. Make sure NOT to go to the motion controls for the whole layer.
  7. Go to the motion controls for the text, and click on the stop watch. Now drag the footage down beneath the artificial line.
  8. Move forward about 10 or so frames, and return it to it’s starting position.
  9. Go to the keyframes that you just created. Right click on the left one and go to Temporal Interpolation -> Easy Out. Go to the right key frame and go to Temporal Interpolation -> Easy In.

There you have it, a quick text reveal animation. This is something you can create in 30 seconds once you learn it. It’s a quick effect to pull off, and can really give your piece a more professional feel!

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