How to Download Free Mogrts in Premiere Pro

by Marissa Joyner November 26, 2019

In Premiere Pro 2019 Adobe gave the Essential Graphics panel a nice upgrade- you can download and license motion graphics templates (.mogrts) without leaving the program! Imagine you're in the middle of an edit and need a graphic- no need to go browsing outside of Premiere. Quickly drag and drop all kinds of graphics- intros, callouts, lower thirds or transitions- from the Essential Graphics panel for free!

How to Download Free Mogrts in Premiere Pro:

  1. Be sure to you have Premiere Pro 2019 installed
  2. Open Essential Graphics panel: Window>Essential Graphics
  3. Click on the Adobe Stock tab
  4. Click the 'Free' checkbox and type a search term, for example, 'lower third'
  5. Drag the mogrt from the panel to the timeline

Some of the mogrts were created in After Effects and some were created in Premiere Pro. The ones that were made in After Effects are a pink colored clip in the timeline and the Premiere ones are purple.

mogrts made in premiere pro or after effects

The controls in the Essential Graphics panel will look different for mogrts created in Premiere.

They will also auto-resize and scale if you change the Sequence settings to vertical or square as they were most likely made to open in Adobe Rush as well.

 

How to Download Free FluxVFX Mogrts

We've had the privilege to create a lot of free mogrts for Adobe in the past two years. You can find these free mogrts in the Essential Graphics panel with the Adobe Stock tab selected- just search for "fluxvfx" or "flux vfx". Choose from lower thirds, callouts, data-driven infographic charts, overlays, titles and much more!

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