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HOW TO MAKE BLACK DEMON EYES IN ADOBE PREMIERE PRO (TUTORIAL)

Adding text to your video footage is a common practice in video editing, but sometimes you may want the text to appear behind objects or subjects in your scene for a more dynamic and professional look. While Adobe Premiere Pro doesn’t have built-in 3D capabilities like Adobe After Effects, there are still creative ways to achieve the effect of placing text behind objects. In this blog, we’ll explore several methods you can use to accomplish this in Premiere Pro.

Method 1: Using Masking Techniques

1. Import Your Footage and Text

  1. Open Premiere Pro and create a new project.
  2. Import your video footage and the text you want to place behind objects into your project.

2. Position Your Text and Footage

  1. Place your video footage on the timeline.
  2. Drag the text layer onto the timeline above your footage.
  3. Position and resize the text layer where you want it to appear behind the object in your scene.

3. Create a Mask

  1. Select the video footage layer on the timeline.
  2. Go to the Effects Control panel and find the Pen tool under Opacity.
  3. Use the Pen tool to draw a mask around the object or subject in your scene that you want the text to appear behind.
  4. Adjust the mask shape as needed to refine the selection.

4. Apply the Mask to the Text Layer

  1. With the text layer selected, go to the Effect Controls panel.
  2. Under Opacity, find the Mask dropdown menu and select the mask you created on the video footage layer.
  3. This will clip the text layer to the shape of the mask, making it appear behind the object in your scene.

Method 2: Using Track Matte Key Effect

1. Set Up Your Layers

  1. Place your video footage on the timeline.
  2. Drag the text layer onto the timeline above your footage.

2. Create a Track Matte Key

  1. Select the text layer on the timeline.
  2. Go to the Effects panel and search for “Track Matte Key.”
  3. Drag the Track Matte Key effect onto your text layer.

3. Adjust the Track Matte Settings

  1. In the Effect Controls panel, find the Track Matte Key effect.
  2. Under Matte, select the video footage layer from the dropdown menu.
  3. This will use the luminance values of the footage to determine which parts of the text layer are visible, effectively placing the text behind objects in the scene.

Method 3: Using Opacity Keyframes

1. Position Your Text and Footage

  1. Place your video footage on the timeline.
  2. Drag the text layer onto the timeline above your footage.
  3. Position the text where you want it to appear behind objects in your scene.

2. Create Opacity Keyframes

  1. Select the text layer on the timeline.
  2. Go to the Effects Control panel and find the Opacity property.
  3. Click the toggle animation button (the stopwatch icon) next to Opacity to create a keyframe.
  4. Move the playhead to a later point in the timeline and adjust the Opacity property to make the text transparent.
  5. Premiere Pro will automatically create a keyframe for the new opacity value.

3. Fine-Tune Opacity Keyframes

  1. Adjust the timing and opacity values of the keyframes as needed to create the desired effect.
  2. You can create additional keyframes to fade the text in and out smoothly behind objects in your scene.

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