Now, whether you work on a Mac or PC, you can take advantage of all the benefits of NewBlue’s acclaimed titling software, Titler Pro, across platforms and non-linear editors, including Apple Final Cut Pro 7, Adobe Premier Pro CS 5 & 6, Avid Media Composer 5 and 6, and Grass Valley EDIUS 6.
“We wanted to fill the gap between basic NLE titles and full compositing solutions,”
said NewBlueFX product manager Travis White.
“Titler Pro fills that void with dynamic 3D, animated titling achievable in very little time and expense. And it works as a plugin directly in your editor of choice. With our latest releases for Mac we’re now able to serve the entire community of professional editors with a fast, cost-saving and beautiful title graphics tool.”
Haven’t tried Titler Pro yet? You can take it for a spin with a free 14-day trial. You’ll be experimenting by creating your own titling sequence in no time. We promise. Here are some tips to get you started:
1) Try some styles
Try some styles by navigating to the ‘Library’ and click on ‘Styles.’ You’ll see a large set of preset styles. (Tip: drag the window to resize and make it easier to see all the available styles.) Simply hover over any style you want to “try on” and double click to apply.
2) Create your own style or effect from an existing preset
First, follow the steps from #1. Once you’ve applied the style, click over to the attributes tab. You can manipulate any effect, transition or layer properties in the four content sections labeled: Object, Style, Effects, or Transitions or simply click on any of the lines of the paragraph below as shown.
Remember, Titler Pro works seamlessly with NewBlue’s full-range of GPU-accelerated plugins, giving you the ability to transition, animate, strech, paint, blur, glow, streak, shake, and make your titles come alive.
It’s available for most non-linear editors, including Apple Final Cut Pro 7, Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 & 6, Avid Media Composer 5 & 6, Grass Valley EDIUS, and Sony Vegas Pro 10 & 11.