browj2 wrote on 1/27/2024, 10:29 AM



Create a title and change the font and anything else that you want.

At the top of the Text Editor window, open the dropdown, Save as Title Template. Give it a name and save it, first noting the path to where it will be stored.

Go to the path in Windows Explorer and change the existing title "title.tfx" to "arial.tfx" or something else. I don't suggest deleting it. Rename your new template to "title.tfx". Open a new project. Add an image, add a title. The new title should be with the new default font (with anything else that you wanted).

Note that in my image above, I had a font size of 55 when I saved the template, thus whenever I use this, it will be the new font and size.

John CB

John C.B.

VideoPro X(16); Movie Studio 2024 Platinum; MM2024 with MM2023 Premium Edition; Samplitude Pro X8 Suite; see About me for more.

Desktop System - Windows 10 Pro 22H2; MB ROG STRIX B560-A Gaming WiFi; Graphics Card Zotac Gaming NVIDIA GeForce RTX-3060, PS; Power supply EVGA 750W; Intel Core i7-10700K @ 3.80GHz (UHD Graphics 630); RAM 32 GB; OS on Kingston SSD 1TB; secondary WD 2TB; others 1.5TB, 3TB, 500GB, 4TB, 5TB, 6TB, 8TB; three monitors - HP 25" main, LG 4K 27" second, HP 27" third; Casio WK-225 piano keyboard; M-Audio M-Track USB mixer.

Notebook - Microsoft Surface Pro 4, i5-6300U, 8 GB RAM, 256 SSD, W10 Pro 20H2.

YouTube Channel: @JCBrownVideos