Need to quickly create end credits for your next video project? These helpful video tutorials will show you how it’s done.

Creating end credits doesn’t have to be a tedious process. If you’ve ever created a rolling title that features more than 30 people, you know that organization is key.


Let’s take a look at how to create rolling credits in most of the major video editing applications.

Rolling Credits in After Effects

Created by: chinfat

This tutorial outlines what is, in my opinion, the best way to create credits in any software. With a highly complex text editor and advanced keyframe editors, After Effects is the perfect software for working with 2D text layers. The biggest thing you’ll need to remember is to stay organized when working with layers in After Effects. It’s easy get overwhelmed if you just start typing your titles into layers without organizing your project first.

No matter what software you’ll be using, go ahead and write down all of your titles in an Excel or Google Sheets document. You can then easily copy and paste your documents into the video editing software of your choice.

Rolling Credits in Premiere Pro

Created By: BizVidCommunications

With a built-in rolling credit feature, Premiere Pro is a decent program for creating rolling credits. While you won’t have all of the customization tools available in After Effects, you can still create simple rolling titles with ease. This helpful video from BizVidCommunications shows us how to create rolling titles in Premiere Pro.

Rolling Credits in Final Cut Pro X

Created By: Benjamin Halsall

Final Cut Pro X is a really fantastic program for creating rolling titles. Final Cut makes it really easy for users to simply copy and paste text from a document into your credits. This tutorial from Benjamin Halsall shows us how to use a Google Sheet to quickly make simple titles in Final Cut Pro X.

What is your favorite way to create end titles? Share your thoughts in the comments below.