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Great package and amazing presentation. Congratulations!
Will the transitions adjust automatically to square aspect ratio (1080×1080)?
The project contains Motion Graphics Files, so when you place any element or transition in your project 1080×1080, it will take a central position, the upper and lower parts will be cut off.
For transitions elements – this is valid option. For other elements, in which the whole area of the format is used, the square format won’t be the best solution.
Thank you for your quick reply. I intend to purchase both widescreen and vertical packages. Can the widescreen package be adjusted easier to square? Also, is there a master setup where I can change the color scheme (magenta to red)?
Thank you for interest.
By default, any Essential Graphics files have non-editable format. That is, you can’t change the resolution of the element’s format (whether 1920×1080 or 1080×1920). But! Almost all graphic files of the template have the ability to customize each parameter of the element (including position, size). Therefore, theoretically, you can adjust the internal content of the graphic file for square format. But I can’t guarantee you success, since the project is designed for those formats that you see in the description. In this case, it all depends on your skills.
About colors – as I said, you can adjust any parameters – size, position, font, font’s size, and of course absolutely any color (clean color or gradient).
I guess I’ll leave the square format for later. The color adjustment – I was rather specific with my question. Do I have to do it for every element in the package or is there a ‘master’ setup? Is it done in AE or directly in Premiere? I just want to assess how much work there is in rebranding from magenta to a red gradient. I have no exposure to mogrt but I can follow instructions.
You will need to adjust the color for each graphic element separately, since each element doesn’t depend on the others.
This is done quite simply, on the principle of “copy-paste”.
The project has 2 versions – for AE and for PP. You can customize the template in the program in which you work.
I’ve copied them both to their destination directories. The IGTV version refers to CC2019 only, and I’m still on 2018. Will this be an issue, do I have to upgrade?
Yes. If you use the Premiere Pro, I highly recommend to upgrade your PP for make the template work properly. You can edit text (size, font, style) in only the version of Premiere Pro CC 2019.
If you use the After Effects template, there is no difference.
I’m staying on 2018 as I have ongoing projects. FYI the IGTV templates showed up in CC2018, but the widescreen ones didn’t. I had to relocate the Broadcast Pack – Essential Graphics dir for 2018 inside Motion Graphics Templates (contrary to the instructions). It now shows up as well. I can see why 2018 is a problem, there is no hierarchy, it’s all a big pile of disorganized stuff.
If you are using the Creative Cloud subscription, you can easy download the cc 2019 version in addition to the cc 2018. It’s not necessary to remove the previous version.
Yes, Adobe first added the Essential Graphics feature in the 2018 release and this idea seemed cool but not completed, in 1 year they refined the feature and we were able to create better templates.
I now have CC 2019. How do I alter PERMANENTLY the color scheme in the package?? There is no way to save an update that I see. The elements are read-only and can be tweaked only when instantiated on the timelime. I know (from one of Premieregal’s tutorials) that .mogrt can be saved from AE. Do I need to open the <Premiere> templates in AE and tweak them from there?
Importing mogrt in AE is not an option. It wants Animate CC. Going down the rabbit hole with this..
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Thank you for purchase and goodwill. Happy to help!
Is it compatible with Premiere Pro 2020?
Certainly, the project fully supports version Premiere Pro 2020
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