Want to add an epic title sequence or animated text to your next video? Check out these title tutorials.
This roundup of title tutorials will show you how to create opening title sequences inspired by eleven blockbuster films. Follow along with tutorials in After Effects, Premiere Pro, FCPX, and Cinema4D.
Create a Star Wars Opening Title and Crawl
Create a Guardians of the Galaxy Title Sequence + Free Lens Flare
In this After Effects tutorial, we will show you how to create a title sequence inspired by Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. The tutorial includes a free lens flare from our Radium pack, which you can check out here.
Read more and download the free project file and lens flare here.
Make Transparent Titles Inspired by Dunkirk
Here’s a tutorial from both Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro X editors on creating see-through titles like we see in the film Dunkirk.
Marvel Studios Thor: Ragnarok Glow Warp Titles
This title tutorial, inspired by the Marvel Studios logo in the Thor: Ragnarok trailers, will show you how to create a glow warp transition in After Effects.
Create Thor: Ragnarok Title Sequence
Now that you know how to create the warp transition for the studio logo, you can also learn how to create the Thor: Ragnarok titles themselves in the After Effects and Cinema4D tutorial from lonearcherfilms.
Make Movie Titles Inspired by Split
In this After Effects tutorial from PremiumBeat, learn how to create the awesome titles from the trailer for M. Night Shyamalan’s Split.
Create a Ghost in the Shell Title Sequence + Free Glitch Elements
In this RocketStock tutorial, we’ll show you how to create a glitch-style title sequence from Ghost in the Shell in After Effects.
Make Justice League-Inspired Titles
Titles Inspired by Detroit
Create a Star Trek Beyond Title Sequence
In this After Effects tutorial from Shutterstock, you’ll learn how to create a title sequence inspired by Star Trek Beyond.
Read more about the tutorial on the Shutterstock blog.
Create Tomorrowland Titles in After Effects
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