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How to Fill Text with an Image in Premiere’s Legacy Titler Tool

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Did you know that you can fill a Premiere Pro Title with an image inside the Legacy Titler Tool? I didn’t either, until about three months ago. (If you don’t already know how to create titles in this tool, read this article first.) Follow these six simple steps to learn how to do it.
 

 
To open and use the Legacy Titler tool, go up to File > New > Legacy Title.

Legacy Title Tool
 

Step 1

Type out the word you want to fill with an image. Be sure to enlarge the text and choose a thick font.

Step 2

Check the box next to “Texture.”

Step 3

Click on the square next to “Texture.”

Step 4

Select an image from your computer that you want to fill the text with.

Step 5

Align the image using the X and Y offsets.

Step 6

Stylize the text further — for example, you can add an inner or outer stroke.

And it’s that easy! If you have any questions, just leave a comment below. Also be sure to subscribe to the Premiere Gal YouTube channel for new video production tutorials every week.

If you want to learn how to use Premiere Pro’s new type tool in the latest CC 2017 (Spring Release) version, check out my previous post. (Note: The new type tool does not include the “Image Fill” feature described in the legacy tool above.)