Titler Pro 7 is the industry standard in tiling software for video editors. Deliver exceptional production value with stunning 3D animated titles and motion graphics without sacrificing productivity. Titler Pro 7 is integrated with all of today’s leading NLEs.
Create and completely transform scenes with a variety of easy to use compositing plugins. Combine visual elements from multiple shots into a single image, create living backgrounds, add drop shadows and more.
Drastically enhance your video through an array of distinctive looks. Use pinpoint color correction, light leaks, tints, film looks and more to change the tone, mood or aesthetic of your shots in seconds.
Get over 250 presets in 22 video effects to drastically enhance your video.
Aspect Ratio – Remove unnecessary video borders to create new aspect ratios.
Auto Contrast – Boost colors in your image, creating a more vibrant and colorful picture.
Auto Pan – Zoom in and out on stills or video to highlight a moment or object.
Background Generator – Create a soft, magnified backdrop of your original image.
Bleach Bypass – Transform your digital video into an antique film.
Cartoonr Plus – Transform your video into an animated illustration. (Effect)
Cartoonr Plus – Transform your scene transitions into animated illustrations. (Transition)
Charcoal – Transform a video into a drawing with the rough details of a charcoal sketch.
Chroma Key Pro – Remove solid colors easily and convert them to alphas or create outlines and shadows.
Color Fixer Pro – Fix color balance, saturation and brightness to produce the perfect image.
Color Replace – Change the color of different objects without harshing the raw details.
Color Wash – Wash away colors from one scene to blend and shift to the next.
Colored Pencil – Simulate a drawing at the end of one scene that morphs into the next.
ColorFast – Create perfect videos with the ultimate color correction and color grading tool.
Colorize – Experiment with the colors of your image and dramatize your picture.
Crop Borders – Remove unnecessary video borders to create new aspect ratios.
Cut Away – Use various shapes and outlines to magnify a selected region.
Day for Night – Make your daytime footage look like it was filmed at night.
Detail by Chroma – Focus on a color region, then sharpen the detail and boost the contrast.
Detail By Luma – Separate your image into High and Low regions to sharpen, recolor and edit.
Detail Enhancer – Sharpen image details by strengthening and darkening lines and edges.
Diffusion – Add a soft glow to your footage to change the color and focus of your image.
Dream Glow – Create effortless light by amplifying lighter regions with a soft glow.
Drop Shadow – Create a shadow for overlays on any keying effect or animated matte.
Duochrome – Create retro and metallic-looking images with 2 chrome-like colors. (Effect)
Duochrome – Create colorfully retro and metallic images with 2 chrome-like colors. (Transition)
Earthquake – Simulate the motion of an earthquake by blurring, jolting and rattling your image.
Edge Smoother – Soften edges of text and graphics to produce polished titles and pictures.
Film Color – Modify color and adjust lighting to recreate the classic look of film.
Fish Eye – Distort images to simulate the look of an ultra-wide fishbowl lens.
Flash Remover Pro – Capture live events without worrying about distracting camera flashes.
Flicker – Create natural lighting, such as firelight or reflecting water.
Flying Picture-in-Picture – Create a picture-in-picture that adds emphasis to scenes without keyframing.
Frame Rate – Convert live footage into a dynamic sequence of photos.
Gamma Corrector – Sharpen details and boost your image’s color, saturation and warmth.
Garbage Matte – Limit the area on your image where other effects in the chain can display.
Glow Pro – Create a warm glow using the highlights in your original image. (Effect)
Glow Pro – Create soft sources of light, then harshen them to morph into the next scene. (Transition)
Gradient Fill Pro – Manipulate, boost, or completely alter the color of both your image and text.
Gradient Tint – Intensify the colors of your picture with a variety of filters.
Halovision Plus – Re-create the look of bokeh lighting with a halo of light around objects in your image.
Halovision Plus – Use halo-like auras around objects from one clip to blend your scenes together.
Hand Drawn – Create dark lines layered over vibrant colors, transforming your video into a hand-drawn sketch.
Image Mapper – Simulate screens and overlay video on top of objects.
Impressionist – Create a colorful abstract painting out of your video.
Legal Level – Use this frame-by-frame warning for out of spec areas within your video.
Lens Correction – Correct lens distortion to improve quality, or add it for a fisheye view.
Letterbox – Frame your video appropriately with these preset borders.
Light Ring – Swallow a scene with a circle of light and burst into the next.
Liquify – Morph one image to reveal the next for a fluid transition.
Luma Key – Manipulate lighting to blend an overlaying clip into a backdrop.
Metallic – Create colorfully retro and metallic-looking images with two chrome-like colors. (Effect)
Metallic – Replace colors with glitzy golds, icy silvers, rustic coppers and more. (Transition)
Mosaic – Transform your video into a mosaic by creating sequences of tiles.
Mural – Manipulate color patterns and focus to turn your picture into a solid shaded painting.
Neon Lights – Create colorful pockets of light by enhancing the edges of your video frame.
Neon Lights – Merge scenes by outlining objects in your video with bands of neon light.
Noise Reduction – Remove harsh noise in the image, especially in old, analog video.
Oil – Transform your video into an oil painting using virtual paintbrushes and adjustable colors. (Effect)
Oil – Give scene transitions the vivid color and fluid texture of an oil painting. (Transition)
Old TV – Manipulate your footage to recreate the look of classic tube televisions.
Outline – Create multicolored glows around text, objects, or people.
Paper Collage – Remake your video into layers of colored strata.
Paper Collage – Blends between two clips as it builds the video image from layers of colored paper.
Pencil Rubbing – Virtually sketch over the objects in your video.
Pencil Rubbing – Draw a sketch over your video template with virtual smudges, lines and ink.
Photon Blast – Smeared rays cast through images to wash away one scene and fade into the next.
Picture Grid – Create a variety of different frames within your picture.
Picture-in-Picture – Add 3D geometry, borders, shadows and reflections to selective clips within your video.
Picture-in-Shape – Layer one scene over another within a flexible four-point mask.
Pixelator – Obscure faces, license plates, logos and more using colored blocks.
Plasma Glow – Transition from one scene to the next with a dynamic shimmering blast of light.
Progressive Stretch – Format your video into widescreen without sacrificing image quality or black sidebars.
Proportion Helper – Use these preset templates as a guide to creating professional compositions.
Quick Pixelator – Blur certain objects or people within your video without tedious keyframing.
Reflection – Create and control a mirrored reflection of your image.
Region Scope – Zoom in or select a specific region to inspect all forms of information.
RGB Shift – Separate the red, green, and blue elements within an image to create an edgy look.
RGB Shift – Separate red, green and blue objects, then shake them into the next image.
Roll – Create the look of camera film rolling over a projector.
Rolling Waves – Simulate the effect of water washing over your video by warping your scene into waves.
Saturation EQ – Separate the color spectrum to choose colors you want to enhance.
Saturation Modifier – Separate your image into saturated regions to correct each area.
Scanner – Shift in and out of scenes with a fluorescent beam of light.
Selective Color – Focus on one color in an image, then make everything else black and white.
Selective Focus – Blur the surroundings of a region, object, or person to highlight it directly.
Selective Tint – Define certain regions, then adjust and change their tint.
Selective Touch Up – Smooth or blur specific regions to remove subtle imperfections.
Shake – Jolt, rattle and pulse from clip to clip for dramatic progression.
Sharpen – Refine your video’s image and enhance its definition.
Shear – Smear your scene in diagonal directions.
Shear Energy – Create a shear, blended motion effect by blurring the image on two axes.
Shiny Fog – Blur a scene into a chrome-like fog that vanishes to reveal the next.
Shredder – Create artistic scene transitions by cutting your image into patterns.
Sketch – Draw lines and edges artfully to blend scenes together.
Skin Touch Up – Soften wrinkles and remove blemishes without retouching an entire image.
Smear – Scrub an image into a blurred picture that sharpens into the next scene.
Soft Focus – Blur regions of video to smooth harsh lighting, lines, or blemishes.
Split Screen – Display two shots at once with a variety of preset options.
Spotlight – Overlay a specific region onto a preset backdrop to spotlight it.
Stabilizer – Eliminate shaky footage using a powerful analyzer to get a smooth, jitter-free video.
Tile – Replicate your video into a grid-like wall.
Tilt Shift – Create depth of field in your video to spotlight a particular region.
Time Clock – Choose from a variety of presets to overlay a running timer on your screen.
Tint – Adjust the color balance and completely transform your video.
Titler Pro 3 – Design titles, lower thirds and rolling credits in your preferred NLE.
Traveling Rays – Move from one scene to the next with bright beams of shining light.
Twirl – Twist and swirl images into a blur that unravels to reveal the next scene.
Video Tuneup Plus – Use versatile color and luminance controls to refine contrast, hue and saturation.
Viewfinder – Simulate the on-screen display of a video camera recording.
Vignette – Use these preset vignettes to creatively frame your video.
Warp – Distort the objects and colors with blurred lines and simulated camera movements.
Water Color – Soften colors and blur edges of objects to give a smooth, fluid look. (Effect)
Water Color – Soften colors and blur edges of objects in your video to morph two scenes. (Transition)
Wave – Create fun and effortless scene transitions that melt, ripple and warp.
Wiggle – Warp and distort your image with a fun-house mirror style.
Zoom – Blur and pan rays dramatically across the scene to move between cuts.
Zoom Blur – Dramatically pull into video, creating the effect that you’re flying into the screen.
Recommended System Requirements
Mac OS X 10.10 or later
Windows 7 or later
1 GB VRAM is required. 2 GB+ VRAM is recommended
902Mhz base clock (1506Mhz+ recommended)
Supports 64-bit video editing applications only.
Video Editing Host Compatibility
Adobe After Effects CC or later (Ultimate Only)
Adobe Premiere CC or later
NewBlue Titler Pro 2+
Avid Media Composer & Symphony 6+
Apple Final Cut Pro X
Grass Valley EDIUS 7, 8 & 9
Black Magic DaVinci Resolve 11+
Magix Vegas Pro 10+, Vegas Movie Studio
Released 14 February 2020
We continuously strive to offer more by introducing new features and improvements to our plugins. The update is a response to your recent requests and your valuable feedback. Here is what’s new.
Color Replace from our Filters collection lets you pick a color in your video and replace it with another. This can be used to make bold, artistic changes to your video or make more subtle adjustments like making a gray sky blue or dry grass green.
Sometimes you’ll find that you only want to change the color in a certain part of the image, or that the color changes are spilling over into areas that you don’t want them to. We’ve now added a Shape Mask control to Color Replace so that you can specify the area where the effect occurs and get exactly the result that you want. Restrict the effect to any portion of your shot, and even animate the Shape Mask to keep up with camera movements or create a dramatic color transition.
Cut Away from our Elements collection highlights a section of your video in a variety of adjustable shapes, including border controls. Now you can also take advantage of the Background Dim and Blur controls to make the highlighted section stand out even further.
Lens Correction from our Essentials collection is a useful plugin to correct the distortions found in different types of lenses, such as fisheye or wide angle. With the addition of a 3D Tilt feature you can now adjust the perspective of your footage. Have the perfect shot of the bride coming down the aisle, but your tripod wasn’t quite set up right? Want to take a standard shot and change it to a dramatic low angle? Did your Go-Pro’s strap come loose? Now you can fix it all with Lens Correction.
Picture Grid from our Elements collection allows you to take multiple videos on screen to create the effect of a video wall. Previously when using this effect you’d need to manually enter values for each video, but now we’ve added easy to use presets that cover a variety of layouts from 1×3 to 5×5 that will save you time on your projects.
“I like the look of letterbox and would like to add it to my video to give it a film look. What are some easy ways to do this and do it right?” This article first came out in 2015 and has been fully updated with new tools, new freebies, and tutorials, as well as a few great videos on aspect ratio and getting your letterbox right.
The swish pan is known by many monikers: whip pan, roll pan, swipe pan, flick pan, zip pan, and whoosh are just a few. Get ready for some fun examples, instructions on how to create this cool transition, plug-ins to make the job fast and easy, and tips on improving your transitions.
Welcome to the final installment of this series on skin retouching. I’ve already covered loads of plug-ins available for After Effects and a few NLEs, linked to lots of tutorials and given you several tips on how to touch up skin, keeping your actor as natural looking as possible. This article includes even more plug-ins and some recent tutorials for all sorts of compositors and editing tools.