New and Improved Graphics Workflows in Premiere Pro (October 2017) | Adobe Creative Cloud

New and Improved Graphics Workflows in Premiere Pro (October 2017) | Adobe Creative Cloud

June 12, 2019 16 By Bernardo Ryan



the next release of Premiere Pro includes improvements to the essential graphics panel motion graphics templates and titling workflows including powerful new features for building responsive design into your graphics so your graphics can adapt as your creative vision develops with responsive design time-based controls define durations for intro and outro segments of a graphic to maintain entrance and exit effects when ripple editing in the timeline animations will be preserved even when making changes to the overall duration of the graphic responsive design position based controls enable pinned graphic layers to automatically adapt to changes made to other layers or to the video frame itself by applying specific responsive design designations for position your graphics will automatically adapt when changing the number of characters in your title or lower third or when bringing a motion graphics template into a sequence of a different aspect ratio this release also includes support for title rolls and improvements that make working with graphics more intuitive such as the ability to select multiple graphic layers in the program monitor an essential graphics panel and a powerful new font menu with filtering favoriting and search options editors working with motion graphics templates that were created in After Effects no longer have to have After Effects installed in order to use them and edit their properties in Premiere Pro most motion graphic templates created in After Effects will be supported natively in Premiere Pro which means faster performance even when working with complex designs