How to create a lower third graphic – Premiere Pro

Lower third graphics are a staple in TV news. Also called a “super” because the graphic is superimposed on the video, graphics that are used to title or identify a speaker are usually placed at the bottom of the frame or “lower third.”

You can easily create lower third titles in most nonlinear editing programs from iMovie, to Windows Movie Maker and up.

In this recipe, I’ll show you how to create a title using Adobe Premiere.

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