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Create a Lower Third in After Effects & use it in Premiere Pro with Live Text Templates

CREATE A SMOOTH LOWER THIRD IN AFTER EFFECTS! | We will also put the lower third in a video project in Premiere Pro and look at Text Templates in Premiere Pro.

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In this joint After Effects/Premiere Pro tutorial, we’ll look at create a beautiful and smooth lower third animation graphic in After Effects from scratch and then we’ll save the file out and import it into Premiere Pro and use the tools in Premiere Pro to load in and edit the text in the After Effects Composition and then talk about duplicate instances of the lower third so we can have multiple lower thirds across our video project, but also so all of our lower thirds automatically update if we change something in After Effects thanks to the Dynamic Link connection between After Effects and Premiere Pro. You’re going to love this tutorial! Remember to like and subscribe!

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