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EPK Editing: 5 Titles Graphics and Output

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Filmmaker Maxim Jago shows how to add titles and graphics and then output a finished video file for a video electronic press kit (EPK).

Once your EPK is edited, visually enhanced, and has a complete audio mix, it's time to add the titles and graphics and output the final video. This installment of EPK Editing Workflows shows you how to choose a look and then quickly create the text and graphics with Adobe Premiere Pro and Photoshop. You'll learn some simple but smart tricks for blending your footage with your newly created content, and tips for making sure your levels are still legal for broadcast. Finally, you'll discover how to output your finished media using the Adobe Media Encoder. These tutorials will help you achieve a consistent, recognizable style for your titles and graphics—one that's similar to the original subject matter but distinct enough to let viewers know they're watching something different.


  • Welcome
  • Using the exercise files
1. Choosing a Look
  • Establishing the starting point
  • Picking out colors in your footage to establish a palette for graphics
  • Browsing and choosing fonts
  • Selecting footage elements for graphics
  • Managing title versions
2. Simple Title Tools
  • Working with title templates in Premiere Pro
  • Working with title durations
3. Creating Graphics
  • Integrating Photoshop into the workflow
  • Using Photoshop presets
  • Simple layers in Photoshop
4. Creating a Layered Graphic
  • Choosing the elements
  • Positioning visual elements
  • Modifying an existing Photoshop file
5. Final Checks for Output
  • Checking levels
  • Replacing clips
6. Output
  • Choosing a format
  • Reviewing important output settings
  • Exporting versus queuing
  • Next steps

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Maxim Jago

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