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    Nathan commented  · 

    The legacy title tool offers more text, shape, and shadow options. It's easier to use, and more powerful. And back when I could save titles and open them in other projects, it was easy to standardize titles across projects.

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    Nathan commented  · 

    More details (doing lots of free bug testing for Adobe today... and wasting my time)....

    I manually go into the titles, and re-link the images, then save the project. Then I change the name of the directory where all project assets are.... all the file paths get updated, except the graphics used in the titler. And of course as I mentioned, you cannot fix it. You have to click offline of cancel.

    A lot of us still use the titler... using the ****** graphics panel is equally as bad, as dealing with these titler bugs every time.

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    Nathan commented  · 

    Update -- this is actually for any graphics used in any title.... the project manager just breaks the project.

    Yes..... if your premiere project uses titles that have any graphics in them, the project manager will break the project, not copying over any images (just tried with PNGs now), and it refuses to re-link them. You get a file-import error, without any actual error.

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    Nathan commented  · 

    More details: Looks related to the legacy titler (which we still use often -- please bring back import/export).... but anyways, if a title uses a .TIFF, and the project mgr copys or consolidates, it won't copy the tiffs used in the titles, but it will ask for them to be linked.... however when you try to link them, it won't link, and gives the error, without an error message.

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