"Export as Motion Graphics Template..." – Edit after saving in online library.
This feedback is very specific about a simple subtitle graphic saved online for continuous use. I work at a house of prayer that produces a weekly broadcast, one of the elements of the broadcast is music, I make graphics for the songs that our musicians perform so that our broadcast audience can sing along. The idea is to create a library of graphics for song lyrics that we can reuse in the case the musicians sing a particular song again in different weeks. So far this option to save graphics in online libraries has worked fine, but, my workplace recently decided to rebrand, with this decision came a change in the font style that identifies us, we would like to use that font style consistently through all the products we produce, one being our weekly broadcast edit. It would be great if these saved graphics can be accessed again to be edited, we have a big library of graphics that has grown over time, and if the option to re-edit and save multiple graphics at once was available, that would be a huge advantage to us. Just to clarify, I am aware that I can bring the graphics to the timeline and edit them with essential graphics, my preference would be that all these files of graphics that have been already exported could be able to be edited outside of Premiere Pro, with no need to re-export, maybe even applying a new template to them so that their style can change and adjust to a new style, or also even change one graphic and apply those changes to the rest of the graphics. Right now, the only option I have is to place each graphic in a timeline, edit one-by-one, and re-export one-by-one, on top of that the whole re-organizing each graphic, and deleting the old graphics. That is a lot of work to do that I would prefer was more intuitive and automatic. As an editor, these processes are a lot of time consuming tasks that are not particularly pleasant to do, it means I can have more time for creative content production and less time wasted on troubleshooting software workloads. Appreciate what you are doing, please keep making Premiere Pro a better tool to work with. Thank You.
Gaddiel Zelaya Martinez commented
Unfortunately I have been working within Premiere Pro when it comes to Mogrts, haven't explored the AE workflow yet but I will try to play a little more with it. With the workflow that I am following right now it would be great if support for editing these exported graphics could be added in the future within Premiere Pro alone. Thank you for your comments, I will explore some of the suggestions you've provided.
One last thing though that might be helpful if you are using Mogrts that are made in Premiere.
There is a "Replace Fonts in All Projects" option in the top bar Graphics menu that you can use to change fonts globally within a project. (It will not work with Mogrts made in AE)... but it is a faster way to make a lot of changes than selecting each individual Mogrt.
I'm curious if you are using Mogrts that were made in Premiere Pro or in After Effects.
There is a workflow for Mogrts that are made in After Effects can be "updated" with new styles if they are exported from the same project and the same comp as the original Mogrt.
"Motion Graphics templates from After Effects that have been used and customized in a Premiere Pro sequence can be replaced with an updated version of the template. Hold Alt/Option while you click drag-and-drop the updated template onto the existing one in your sequence.
You can choose to have the template updated everywhere it was used in the project or limit the change to one instance. Where possible, your customizations are preserved."
This doesn't solve the re-exporting part, but it will solve having to replace each individual Mogrt in the timeline and if you save to a Local templates folder and keep the same Display Name, then the new files would override the old ones without you having to delete the old ones manually. Personally, I like naming my updated Mogrts by version for my own history, but these could be saved to a new library as a way to separate them from the "old versions."
Unfortunately, this behavior is not supported from Mogrts made in Premiere Pro. :(