Advantages of using Premiere Pro templates in your projects
Opening up Premiere Pro and seeing a blank slate can be a bit intimidating. Instead, why not kick-start your creations with one of our Premiere Pro templates, made to be easily downloaded and customized?
A wide range of free Premiere Pro templates
We offer a variety of different Premiere Pro templates, including Premiere Pro transitions, overlay Premiere Pro, lower thirds, intros, outros, and Premiere Pro title templates.
Tips for using Premiere Pro templates
In order to have success your first time using a Premiere Pro template, we suggest following these tips.
- Learn the basics. While templates give you a substantial head start with your video editing, you’ll still need to take some time first to learn your way around the program.
- You’re never locked in. If you downloaded a template, played around with it, and then realized it doesn’t work for your project, no problem! Just download a new one and try again.
- Save your favorites. Found a template you really love? Save it to your computer, and it will be yours forever.
Background on Premiere Pro
Premiere Pro is a popular non-linear video editing software made by Adobe. You can buy it through Adobe’s Creative Cloud by paying a monthly fee. While Premiere Pro isn’t necessarily the most popular video editing software in the film and television industry, it has been used to edit several popular films, including Deadpool and Gone Girl.
One major advantage of Premiere Pro is how easy it is to use with other applications in Adobe’s Creative Cloud including AfterEffects and Audition. Once you learn how to use one of these programs, it’ll be much easier for you to learn another.
If you’re interested in learning video editing, Premiere Pro is a great place to start. Using our free video templates, you’ll be able to quickly pull together a project that looks impressively professional. Then, once you’ve gotten used to working with templates and understood how they are put together, you’ll be well on your way to learning more advanced video editing skills and maybe even paying it forward by someday creating Premiere Pro templates of your own!