15 Free Premiere Pro Templates to Make Great Videos in 2018
One of the reasons that I love Adobe Premiere is that there is such a deep community that uses the app. Because of that, there’s no shortage of resources and free templates that you can use to get ahead while producing a video.
Templates and pre-built projects are a lifesaver when you’re on a tight timeline. Open these projects up, add your own assets and text, and save hours versus designing from scratch.
offers a pack of bold typography that will add professionalism to any product.
Ready for use and with a fast rendering time, this download is perfect for
those quick-turnaround projects like social media videos.
Slideshow Opener 04 is a Premiere Pro slideshow template that’s
perfect for cinematic openers, wedding films or even travel videos. Dust
and light leaks add a touch of whimsy and there’s a link to the font
Free Premiere Templates and Presets
Let’s take a look at 15 totally free projects that you can use with Adobe Premiere for great videos.
One of the defining visual features of 2016’s Deadpool was the slight camera shake that was prevalent in many scenes as if the camera was handheld. Replicate that effect with this easy preset for Premiere.
Available as a part of the free FxFactory download, Andy’s Gradient Filter allows you to apply neutral density style filters to your video footage. Gradient filters allow you to apply adjustments with a faded effect, applying the effect to only part of the frame.
This project works perfectly with the Mettle SkyBox 360° tool that is used for interactive videos. Thanks to YouTube’s support for this video format, the popularity has been rapidly rising. Use this project to generate closing credits that fit the style of those videos perfectly.
Start your Premiere project off strong with these cinematic titles. This project is an easy-to-use style library that works in tandem with free fonts to create an easy-to-build text intro with many options.
Here’s another choice for simulating realistic camera shake using an Adobe Premiere project. With over 15 different effects, you can vary the way that you apply camera shake thanks to this free project. The choices vary to simulate a variety of shake as seen at different focal lengths.
Every video editor can benefit from pre-built color styles. Starting with one of these looks can help you choose a creative direction for your video production. Try out these 14 different styles in Adobe Premiere for a production-ready color palette.
When you crop videos for overlays or insets, you may not want the border to be a straight line. In these cases, you can easily use this Feathered Crop Effect to add a bit of texture to the edge of the video frame.
Another great tool from the free FxFactory package, Safe Guides puts overlays on your footage to help you keep an eye on any parts of the shot that might be cut off or clipped from view. It’s a great tool to run your footage through to ensure that it’s ready for export.
One last selection from the free FxFactory package is the Pan and Zoom effect. You might also see this called the “Ken Burns” effect as it was popularized by the famous documentarian. This package makes it easy to recreate in Adobe Premiere.
Here’s another download that will help you apply creative color adjustments to your video footage with just a single click. This particular pack includes over 70 different color styles that you can use as a starting point while color grading.
Great transitions can really set the stage for a new scene, and this project helps combine splashy text with transitions. In this project, shifting text acts as the transition itself.
More Premiere Projects
Maybe you’re just getting started with Adobe Premiere. If you want more options for easy-to-use projects or to learn essential skills, we’ve got you covered. Check out the roundups and tutorials below to keep learning and growing in Adobe’s flagship video editor: