Change font in multiple titles (Like in After Effects)
A problem many of us have had for years is the inability to change font attributes en masse to a series of titles, like you can do in After Effects.
It's increasingly common in quick turnaround web content to subtitle everything. But if a producer wants to change a font, you can't just click on all of the fonts to change an attribute, like the weight of the font or kerning, all at once.
Right now if you're working in premiere you have to change each title individually, which is an incredible waste of time.
It's simple to do in AE, but it would be incredibly helpful to be able to do in Premiere as well.
Please add this feature!
dave Lynch commented
Hi, Not that I could see this in the tutorial below, however use that tutorial to learn how to make a MASTER STYLE, then select all the titles you want to change, then drag the MASTER STYLE preset which is now in the the project window (place with all your clips - Project:Your_saved_name) to any of the highlighted titles and jobs a good un.
The way to do this is to assign Master Styles to your Pr Graphics. Here is an online tutorial to help you do that: