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  • Essential GFX titles change size if you change sequence size.

     Sara Lennox updated 3 months ago 3 Members · 4 Posts
  • Cameron Warn

    May 9, 2019 at 3:02 am

    Hey all.

    We normally use legacy titler (prefer not changing workspaces), but I’ve been looking into updating template projects with essential GFX titles as kinda waiting for Adobe to discontinue legacy titles at some point.

    In our workflows we re-size a lot of content for mobile devices, so are always duplicating and changing sequences from 16×9 to other sizes (1×1, 4×5, 9×16). For legacy titles this isn’t such an issue, but it seems that essential GFX titles resize if you change the sequence size, which is quite annoying.

    Below are examples of what happens when the sequence is re-sized. I’ve added a legacy title on top of picture, and an essential GFX title on bottom.

    Original 1920×1080 sequence.

    1920×1080 sequence re-sized to 1080×1080

    The Essential GFX title’s font size is unchanged, but it’s scale is being adjusted which breaks its size relative to the video layers, which is what we don’t want. This doesn’t happen to the legacy title though, as it’s treated as the video layer is and basically just ‘cropped’ on sides.

    So… is there around this re-sizing issue if using Essential GFX titles?

    We’re on Premiere CC 12.1.2 ????


  • Tasos Peroglou

    November 5, 2020 at 5:17 pm

    I have the exact same problem. I need to create the same video in diferent resolutions and aspect ratio. When I insert a sequence to another sequence with different resolution all of my texts don’t resize.

  • Tasos Peroglou

    November 10, 2020 at 5:42 pm

    Ok so i found a solution to my problem so I guess to your problem as well. Simply create a new sequnce and change the resolution and then (ctrl+A) COPY PASTE the whole project of your first sequence to the new one. I did this and it worked perfect for me. Just copy paste your whole project and you’ll good to go.

  • Sara Lennox

    September 1, 2022 at 10:29 pm

    I ran into this issue today and the solution of creating the 1:1 sequence and then copying and pasting my elements into it did not work (for Premiere Pro 2022, build 22.5.0). I noticed that in the ‘Transform’ drill down (below the Text layers), the Scale had been adjusted from 100 to 56. Resetting that to 100 gave me the same size titles as I had in my 16:9 sequence. Hope this helps someone — what a frustrating issue!

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