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Add finishing touches faster with Motion Graphics templates.

Speed editing workflows with Motion Graphics templates. Designers can retain stylistic control and brand guidelines, while giving editors the ability to customize titles, logo animations, lower thirds, and more.

Create and share templates in a few clicks.

Build a Motion Graphics template in After Effects and share it in the Premiere Pro essential graphics tab. Then drag and drop it into your footage wherever you need it.

Use templates without opening After Effects.

Edit content without moving between After Effects and Premiere Pro. And share Motion Graphics templates across teams via Creative Cloud libraries.

Build in-house templates, or license professional ones using Adobe Stock.

Easily change the text, color, and shapes of titles, backgrounds, and transitions with Motion Graphics templates from Adobe Stock. Youtube creator Shameless Maya explains how.

Benefits of Motion Graphics templates.

Increase efficiency and save time.

  • Save frequently used motion graphics
  • Compositions and assets are saved together
  • Reduce number of “tweaks” by motion designer
  • Reduce number of “alternate” versions

Collaborative workflows.

  • Share templates with Adobe Creative Cloud libraries
  • On-brand and up-to-date
  • “Live style guides”

Adobe Stock integration.

  • Free and premium templates
  • Hover scrub previews
  • Automatically sync TypeKit fonts
  • License directly in Premiere Pro CC

Enterprise use cases.

Customize Motion Graphics templates for:

  • Regional or international use
  • Program schedule changes
  • Social media formats
  • Non-video professionals

Explore more material about what’s possible with Motion Graphics templates.

Learn how to animate data-driven graphics in After Effects and how to search and preview Motion Graphics templates from your local folder, Creative Cloud Libraries, and Adobe Stock.

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