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  1. Free Premiere Pro Motion Graphics Templates

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Want to add some hand-painted, paper-textured, and torn-up graphics to your edits? This free pack of motion graphic templates for Premiere has you covered.

Sometimes it’s good to add a little bit of chaos to your work. With this pack of FREE motion graphics templates for Premiere, you can add a hand-made feel to your lower-third animations, title animations, and even transitions.


Large Title Slideshow. Premiere Pro / project. A simple slideshow with a variety of overlays. Oct 16, 2018 Download these 21 Free Motion Graphics templates for direct use in Premiere Pro. One of the best new additions to the creative cloud in the last few years has been the extremely convenient Essential Graphics Panel. This is a handy way for After Effects and Premiere Pro to coexist in perfect harmony. Using this free pack of motion graphics templates for Premiere, you can quickly add customizable motion to your video projects without ever opening After Effects. If you’d like some more motion graphics template files to use natively in Premiere, PremiumBeat just released a pack of 21 FREE Motion Graphics for Premiere. 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.

This pack is fully customizable, even down to your font choice, and you can do it all in Premiere. No need to open After Effects. In the Essential Graphics Panel in Premiere, you have options to change colors and size, turn textures and objects on/off, and much more.

NOTE: In order to use these graphics, you’ll need to at least have After Effects installed. If you don’t use Premiere, you can still use the included After Effects project file to customize and export your own versions.

This FREE pack of motion graphic templates includes the following:

  • 13 motion graphics templates for Premiere (.mogrt)
  • The After Effects project file used to create them
  • 7 title animations
  • 3 lower thirds
  • 3 video transitions

Download the FREE Motion Graphic Templates

Click the button below to download the free motion graphic templates. In the download, you’ll find everything you need to get started. These motion graphics are free to use in any personal or commercial projects. By downloading, you agree not to resell or redistribute these free assets.

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How to Use And Install These Free Motion Graphics

The video above is a good rundown of how to use .mogrt template files. You can only use these templates in Adobe Premiere Pro, unfortunately, so if you work in a different editor, you’ll need a different solution. This pack in particular includes the After Effects project file, so if you have After Effects but use a different editor, you can still customize and use these templates in AE and then render them to your editor of choice.

With these free Premiere motion graphics templates, you have certain control and customization options that will allow you to get the look you want. Here are more details about how to install these assets.

Install The .Mogrt Files in Premiere

Install the .mogrt files via the Essential Graphics Panel in Premiere.

In Premiere, make sure you have the “Essential Graphics Panel” open. You’ll most likely need to click on the window tab at the top of the screen, and make sure that the Essential Graphics Panel is checked.

Once you’re in the Essential Graphics Panel, look to the bottom-right of the panel, and you should see a little plus sign with a square around it (pictured above).

Once you click that button, you’ll get a file dialogue box you can use to navigate to the template you want to add. Unfortunately, you have to do this process one template at a time instead of adding them all at once. Hopefully Adobe will change that soon.

How to Customize These Free Motion Graphics

After installing your template files, you can drag and drop them onto your timeline.

Once you’ve installed your template files into the Essential Graphics Panel, you can drag and drop them into your timeline.

Once it’s in your timeline, you can simply click on the the graphic, and it will change the Essential Graphics Panel to a suite of customization options. Here, based on the template, you’ll have different options, like size, opacity, color, and even font.

(NOTE: If you don’t like the amount of texture, or want to add more, there are sliders for all of the textures and roughness.)

Experiment with these templates to create endless variations.

I highly recommend experimenting with these templates and mixing and matching them to create your own looks. I tried to make them as modular as possible.


Hope you enjoy them!

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Premiere Pro is more than just an editing tool. Learn how to create simple motion graphics in this step-by-step tutorial.

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Few people are aware of AdobePremiere Pro’s motion graphics capabilities. Adobe software applications are so tightly integrated that most users consider it a breeze to jump from Premiere into After Effects and to create graphicelements. However, if you aren’t familiar with the After Effects interface, or if you just want to stay in one software application, learning how to create motion graphics in Premiere will make your life much easier. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you a few tipsandtricks that will get you started working with simple motion graphics in Adobe Premiere Pro.

The Result

Step 1: Designing the Title

Premiere’s Title Designer panel allows you to create, stylize, and format text. Create basic shapes with the ellipse, wedge, arc, line, and rectangle tools, or create custom designs with the pen tool. For this project, I want to create a vinyl record as my main graphic element. To create the record, I will first create a small circle shape with the ellipse tool. Under Title Properties, I can add several outer strokes. For my last outer stroke, I will add a sheen, adjusting the size, opacity, and angle for the desired effect. I will then create an entirely separate Title layer for the text, which will allow me more flexibility later during animation. Now I can bring both the text and record into the timeline as separate layers.

Step 2: Adding Effects

Now that I have my graphics ready on the timeline, I want to bring them to life using video effects. First, I will add a Blur effect to the record layer. Adding blur and lowering the Opacity of the record layer will make the text pop. Next, I want an interesting yet simple transition effect for both the text and the record. You’ll find plenty of tools to work with in the Video Effects panel, including stock transition effects. I’ve added a Radial Wipe effect to make the record animate in and a simple Venetian Blinds transition for my text. I can properly time the transition of both layers using keyframes in the Effect Controls panel.

Step 3: Fine Tuning

I like motion graphics that are simple and subtle. For the finishing touches, I’ve added a slight scaling animation to both layers. In the Effect Controls panel, I simply added scale keyframes at the In and Out points and added a small change. The text scales up slowly, while the record slowly scales down, giving a slight movement to the whole piece. I can even add a rotation animation to the record for extra effect. And that’s it! Our animation is complete.

When it comes to creating and designing motion graphics in Premiere Pro, the sky’s the limit.

Free Premiere Pro Motion Graphics Templates

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