01 Premiere Pro EN

Hello everyone!

I’m Ayana, a Vtuber!

Today, I will explain how to create a motion title.


Let’s begin!

Let’s start!

Two setting items that you want to hold before creating a motion title

Show/hide tracks

Show/hide tracks

Click this button to hide that track from the Program Monitor. When creating a title, switch display/non-display as necessary.

Snap function

Click a button that looks like a spanner

Click this button on the program monitor.

Select Snap Graphics

From there, check “Snap graphics”.

A supplementary line for snapping is added

Then, when moving figures and titles in the Program Monitor, auxiliary functions are added in this way and they are displayed with red dotted lines. Try enabling snap if you want!

Create a motion title

Let’s actually create it! First, let’s make a cushion that will be the background of the title!

The background of a text is sometimes called a “cushion”, so be sure to hold it down!

Create a background rectangle

① Press and hold the “pen tool”

② Select the Rectangle Tool.

③ Create a rectangle.

Put at Center

Since it looks good when placed in the center, let’s use the snap function to place it in the center.

Increase the Opacity gradually to create animation (animation)

Hit the keyframe so that the opacity changes from 0% to 30%.

I have a background

I have a background

Put an emphasis

Next, add a red line as an emphasis. First, let’s create a rectangle.

If you uncheck “Uniform Scale” in the Transform item, the “Scale” item disappears, and you can change the vertical ratio and horizontal ratio. Hit the keyframe so that the horizontal ratio changes from 0 to 100.

Added red line for accent

It becomes like this.. The position of the anchor point is the starting point of the movement, so be sure to adjust it accordingly!

Add text

Enter the character at the end. As before, uncheck ” Uniform Scale “. Hit the keyframe so that the vertical ratio is 0 to 100.


It will be displayed like this when played back.

Keyframes can be moved by dragging, so fine-tuning the timing will improve quality!

You have now created a motion title!


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