Here I have a selection of videos about using VisTitle – a titling program that works in EDIUS, Premiere and Avid Media Composer
The following videos were made by me, using VisTitle 2. Most is also relevant to VisTitle 3 Expresss, that comes with EDIUS 11, although there are subtle differences:
The basics of VisTitle
9 chapters explaining the basics of how to use VisTitle. These videos were made using VisTitle and EDIUS but could also be used for learning VisTitle in Premiere and After Effects.
Drawing a line on a map with VisTitle
You can use the 2D path in VisTitle to draw a line on a map- a commonly requested feature.
Making an image pan in 3D with VisTitle
VisTitle is mainly thought of as a titling program but it can take objects and move them around in 3D space with 3D camera moves, in a very similar way to After Effects. So I made this tutorial about taking a 2D image, splitting it up into different layers and then moving those layers in 3D and adding a 3D camera move. This also includes a chapter on some basic Photoshop techniques for “filling in” areas which have been cut out.
VisTitle’s own tutorials
The makers of VisTitle also made their own tutorials for VisTitle. The are from earlier versions of VisTitle but will give you a lot of information that is relevant to VisTitle 3. The makers are Chinese so none of their videos have narration with everything explained by on-screen captions.
You can see a full list of all their playlists here: https://www.youtube.com/@videostarbeijing9703/playlists