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Clean/Simple Social Media Lower Thirds Pack – Premiere Pro Template.

DISCLAIMER: This is NOT a FREE lower thirds pack, it’s available only on my Sellfy Store for only 7$. If you have issues with downloading the template I suggest reading the How to download my Sellfy files guide.

What you will get.

This lower thirds pack contains 5 individual sets of social media animated icons and texts. Keep in mind that After Effects CS5.5 or above is needed or Premiere Pro CC 2018 (A version with the latest Essential Graphics feature).

It is also compatible with Full HD (1080p) and 4K footage also.

Each social media lower thirds set contains 10 major social media icons but adding others would be quite easy, it may seem hard but it’s really not.

Every set has a Control Panel for you to change the size and color for each individual piece of graphic available.
The controls are available in After Effects and Premiere Pro also.

What do you need?

Before opening or importing any of the lower thirds I highly recommend that you download and install the font used for the project. Or you could get the full pack of fonts I usually use for my templates. An easier way to get everything at once.

Software wise you will need After Effects CS5.5 or above and Premiere Pro. I would recommend the absolute latest version of Premiere Pro, the Premiere Pro CC 2018 version. This one has the latest Essential Graphics feature available. This version would work best when importing the premiere files available.

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4 Comments

  • Hello,
    I’ve bought your package yesterday because it looks great and fits to my needs.
    I downloaded the files, load them into the newest Premiere Pro Version and found it under the Essential Graphics Layer – so far so good. Now, if I drag this file on my timeline, every single option that I can use is laying above the others. I’ve tried to turn them On or Off and some other different things but sadly it won’t work. Do you have any idea why it won’t work how it should?
    Meanwhile I have no idea anymore how I can fix this problem on my own, so I just thought to ask here.
    Thanks for Support!

    • Try sending me some screenshots so I can figure out what could cause the issue. Also if you could point out which number is doing this

      • the issue is because of the language. Assuming you use AE/Premiere in your native language, other than English. The project file makes use of expressions that are written in English and are not recognized by After Effects in other languages. Still looking into a fix for it.

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