Rampant’s Split Design Titles and Modern Lower Thirds for Premiere

Screen Shot 2017-01-17 at 2.38.09 PMBy Danny F. Santos (doddleNEWS)

I love a good template. Anything that allows me to get a project done just a little bit faster is like a godsend, especially when it comes to simple graphic supers and one of the most common are dynamic lower third title supers.

Rampant Design has released two new lower-thirds and title templates for Premiere which were announced via Twitter. They are the Split Design Title & Lower Thirds and the Modern Lower Thirds 01. Here are the tweets.

Each of these packs include six customizable title graphics. Using them is pretty intuitive, so it’s very easy to change the text and the templates also use no plugins or dynamic linking. This allows you to quickly and easily create dynamic titles, as well as lower thirds for your projects.

Here’s the promo video for the Rampant Split Design Titles and Lower Thirds Premiere Pro CC templates:

And here’s the video for the Rampant Modern Lower Thirds 01:

I love the Fifth Element references in the Modern Lower Thirds video. Rampant has also released two tutorial videos that show you how to use the templates. Check those out:

The Rampant Split Design Titles & Lower Thirds and the Rampant Modern Lower Thirds 01 retail for $19 each, respectively. You can purchase both from Rampant Design directly with the following links: Purchase Split Design Titles & Lower Thirds here and Modern Lower Thirds 01 here.

Here are the full features for both templates:

  1. 100% Premiere Pro: No Plugins or Dynamic Linking Needed
  2. Created by Emmy Award Winning VFX Artists
  3. Available in HD
  4. Available as a download
  5. High quality Premiere Pro Template
  6. Easy to use. Instantly stylize your edit
  7. Includes: 6 Lower Thirds
  8. Available for Mac and Windows
  9. Supports Adobe Premiere CC 2014 and Above
  10. Resolution: 1920 x 1080
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