These free animated lower thirds templates will speed up your editing process and give your video a polished, professional look.
Lower thirds are a crucial part of creating video and film. They are equally important to motion graphic designers and editors, plus everyone in between. They’re also important to the audience, delivering essential information that sets the scene and identifies the people on screen.
Until recently, animating lower thirds was a difficult process. Editors had to open After Effects and either work with dynamic links or render each lower third separately.
Now lower thirds are easier than ever. You can install these free animated lower thirds templates and and customize them natively in Premiere. Download the freebie and give them a try.
How to Use the Lower Thirds
In the above video, learn how to install and customize these free lower thirds templates.
Once you have installed the templates you’ll find that each lower third template has its own unique animation and editable parameters within Premiere’s Essential Graphics panel. For those of you who want to choose your own fonts or make other changes, the After Effects project file is included.
This free pack includes a range of lower thirds styles and animations, from formal and more news-like to bold and contemporary. No matter what type of video you’re working on, these templates can be customized to fit any look.
These lower thirds all animate and function natively in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. All you need to do is install them into the Essential Graphics Panel, and you’ll be able to drag them to your timeline and customize them right inside of Premiere.
Download these free lower thirds templates to give your video a professionally produced look in just a few simple steps.
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These graphics were created to be used in conjunction with this pack of lower thirds, and were designed with a similar style. If you merge both packs, you’ll have the beginnings of a pretty extensive and cohesive graphics library.