Rolling Titles in Adobe Premiere Pro There are some special tricks that once you know will make your scrolling credits easy to make and look really professional. In this tutorial I show the tricks and hints for rolling credits.

13 Replies to “Rolling Titles in Adobe Premiere Pro”

  1. 7:50 thats about the only important piece of information from your whole mofucking video but thanks for it!

  2. I understand a little, but the question is: can the titration to make image clip …? Yes it's very and last, but the beginning of a video can not be attached? I want during the running video to put some text on the screen. Thank you

  3. I am editing a video now on Premier CS 6 and i am having difficulty with logos going into the rolling titles. My problem is that some of the logos are different sizes and i haven't figured out how to re-size them individually with out screwing up the size of the text. Thanks,R.A.M.P.S.

  4. Thanks for wasting my time :/!

    Took you a long time to get to the point, and you are pretty humourless. Not your fault, don't get me wrong, but… I did come here looking for along the same lines, and got nothing out of it

    Sooo… yeah… SCREW DAT

  5. How do I hide the rolling text so it won't it won't go all the way up the screen? I want it to roll but only visible in a a confined area.

  6. Thank you for this tutorial! It was very helpful, though it was almost to long…

  7. After I type past bottom (outside Inner Title safe area) I don't get a scroll bar..Any idea? (CS5.5)

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