50 Top Premiere Pro Projects and Templates to Watch in 2019
We know you’ll have some amazing ideas in 2019 to create some really fantastic video productions. We thought we’d help you along with 50 of our favourite Adobe Premiere Pro templates from Envato Elements, where you can download as many as you like for one low subscription cost.
Having continuity across all elements of your broadcast makes everything look more professional, but it also makes it easier to watch for your audience, and in time they’ll come to recognise your distinct style. A broadcast package is a simple way to make sure your various graphics, text styles and animations have continuity and compliment one another.
Broadcast Hand Package is a nice visual twist on the usual
‘explainer’ type templates. A hand animation brings in your logo or text,
before leaving the screen so your information is clear and easy to read.
With bold colour combinations and fancy shapes, this
broadcast package is great for a number of projects, including kids’ TV,
fashion vlogs and more.
Displaying data is a tricky balance between getting your information across and keeping your audience awake! Infographics are a great visual tool for showing off facts, figures and statistics in a way that will interest a viewer, inform them and best of all, help them to understand your data in a simplified, pleasing way.
SEO Corporate Typography Pack for Premiere Pro is a nicely
made, stylish bundle. From flat graphics of people to little office blocks and
more traditional charts, it’s got it all. If you like minimal but still want
personality and professionalism then this is the template for you.
Futuristic and super cool, Quantum would be the perfect fit for
a technology or science project.
Don’t just plonk your logo on screen, make the reveal part of your brand. Many production houses slightly change how their logo is revealed depending on the style of film they’re making. It’s a great way to be creative and relevant to your current project, while still displaying your all-important icon.
Dazzle your audience with a dramatic logo reveal that packs
a punch: Exploding Logo Reveal. Just pop your logo or text into the placeholder
and you’re ready to go, you won’t need any plugins to use this and there’s a
link included to the music used.
Change the background, colour grading and logo easily, with
this 4k UHD download.
Where would we be without the people who create the things we just don’t know we need… until we need them! No matter how great we get at titles or lower thirds, creating specific graphic elements can just be too big an ask, so it’s handy to be able to choose from templates that already exist and can just be customised to suit.
Read all about it! The Newspaper Openers template for Adobe
Premiere Pro is a fun way to display your project’s opening sequence in
traditional newspaper format. It works with images, video and text and there’s
a helpful video included in case you get stuck.
11 animated intros await you in the 80’s VHS Intro Pack for Premiere Pro with Tron, Miami Vice and Back to the Future inspired vibes.
I find lower thirds often get overlooked, but they’re really important tools to get across interviewees’ names and titles, locations or other key information. Doing this in a consistent, unobtrusive and yet still pleasing-to-the-eye way can be hard, and that’s where templates really shine.
Simple, but with a pop of colour, Elegant Lower Thirds for
Premiere Pro are visually interesting without distracting from your information.
Consistency is key with titles, but you don’t want them to be boring either. A great titles template is one that offers a recognisably uniform style but offers the flexibility of subtle changes like colour, so that you can make it right for your video.
Chock full of variety, 16 Minimal Titles is a great set of
high-quality options to give your project professionalism and style. They’re
easy to edit and customise, and would work well with a number of video
Charging Streaks is a title template with a real buzz. It’s
easy to customise in just a few clicks.
If you’re showing off images or video in a slideshow then why not do it with one that’s themed to the style of your project? A template is a time-saving way to display your wares and make a nice-looking end product to boot.
This is a nicely made and absolutely terrifying trailer, perfect
for your horror movie. It works with any font and comes in full HD with grunge
textures and glitch animations. Just don’t expect your audience to come see the
sequel if you frighten them to death.