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A sleek, simple collection of lower thirds featuring five unique styles. Use these titles for a variety of videos like interviews, website promotions, location intros, and more! As an added bonus, we’re also including a bug and logo reveal with tagline.
Easily customize fonts, formatting, and colors. Render with an alpha channel and you’re ready to drag and drop over footage in NLEs like Premiere or Final Cut Pro!
Venue allows you to take this lower thirds aesthetic in whatever direction you please, with effortless customization and multiple variations to choose from. If you like multiple versions, you can independently adjust them and use as many as you want.
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Customizing Venue to fit your content takes little time. Within minutes, you can add your own text, logo, and colors to create engaging, dynamic titles.
Simply open the project, navigate to the Scene Options layer, and choose your preferred colors. If you would like to add color to your own logo, check the box labeled “Colorize Logo” and choose the color you want. The Scene Options composition displays all of the available titles, so you can view your changes as you make them.
To add your custom text, simply navigate to the desired Text Composition, and edit the Text Layers using the Text Tool (“Cmd-T” or “Ctrl-T”). Pressing “V” will revert your mouse back to the Select Tool.
When you are ready to export your titles, you’ll need to ensure the background stays transparent. To enable the Alpha Channel (transparency), navigate to your render queue (via Create Proxy > Movie), and export to a format that allows for “RGB+Alpha”.
Venue maintains a universally applicable style so it will naturally fit whatever theme you insert it in. Add exciting, bright colors to bring life to your brand, or mute the colors and bring in some neutral tones for a more serious business feel.
Lower Thirds are used in everything from news television to web advertising, and while you don’t want them to draw too much attention to themselves, a little visual flair can look a lot more professional than static text.
These classy animations work wonderfully for commonplace usage like name tags for interviews, but they also look great in scenarios like product features or quotes.
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