Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Free S4T Premiere Pro Title Template: Gray Oval

Sometimes you need a simple template to build on...a shape...some text...some strokes and shadows and metallic sheens...

Just add some imagination to customize it to suit your purpose.

This template is a generic logo waiting for your text and your colors for your project.

As always, it was completely created in Premiere Pro's Title Designer and can be loaded and edited there as well.

Download this S4T Title Template here.  If you need information on how to place Premiere Pro Title templates on your system, check out the link in the right margin for a free PDF.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Style4Type now available on Adobe Exchange

CS6, CC, and CC 2014 users can now find both free and premium S4T Premiere Pro Titler Products on Adobe Exchange.

Follow these links to downloads from Adobe Exchange:

S4T 45 Free Premiere Pro Typestyles

Style4Type 2013 Free Title Templates

S4T Premium Premiere Pro Titler Typestyles and Templates

Of course, the download links at are still available as they always have been.  There are lots of options to employ Style4Type for time-saving ways to raise the production value of your titling in Premiere Pro.

As always, we are more than happy to answer to hear from you if you send us a message at

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Free S4T Premiere Pro Title Template: More Texture Variations

Continuing with the texture theme, we've taken the S4T Texture Metal Grill file and applied it in three different ways in this title to show you the wide variations to can achieve with the way you implement textures in Adobe's Title Designer.

If you haven't already, be sure to download the Metal Grid logo and texture file here.

Then download this Free S4T Title Template for your library and take a look at what you can do with textures.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Free S4T Premiere Pro Title Template plus Texture: Metal Grill

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Here's another title template along with a texture for you.  

We've used the same texture on the foreground text and the background shape with some different settings to show the variation that can be achieved with one texture.