I have been using Final cut for a number of years, however, I use a number of the pre-installed titles it offers in my videos. Although I commonly make some changes such as change the font, text position, bar vertical length and so on.
Generally, once I'm done I copy the altered title through my video and just change the text.
However when going to another video id like if i could save the altered titles as presets or templates (if those are the correct terms) is such a thing possible. It would be a great time saver but also help maintain a uniformity.
Opening a copy in Motion, then making changes and saving with a new name will allow you to keep your title in the Titles browser for use whenever you want.
If you do not have Motion, you can take a title with the changes you desire, and make it into a compound clip. Save it in a designated Event, then you can reuse it by dragging the compound to a new project, then immediately break it apart and have the title right there for you.
From past help here, I was made aware that you can alter a packaged title from FCP X in Motion and send it back to FCP X..
But in FCP X, if you add a stock title from the Title browser, you can make changes to things like font, size, style and then in the Inspector window at the very top you can pull down to "Save all format and Appearance Attributes", then re-name it as a pre-set.
I thought this would do a sort of "Save As" and add the title to the list of titles in the browser. The test I just did did not do that.
So yeah, the way to do this I guess is in Motion and save that titles as something else.
So now that I did this test, how do I get rid of the test preset from Inspector? Where are those presets stored?