Opening the templates
The templates can only be opened and edited with the corresponding editing program (e.g. After Effects templates must be editing in Adobe After Effects, or DaVinci Resolve templates in Davinci Resolve). Check out this FAQ to see which programs correspond to each template file type: Can you help me understand the different types of Templates?
Checking version compatibility
Check the description on each template to see what version of the corresponding editing program can open the project, and reference that against your current install version. We recommend ensuring your editing programs always have the most up-to-date versions installed.
Editing the template
Most templates can be editing without any specific instructions - that's what makes them great! But if you need some pointers to get started, the template's contributor will typically include basic instructions for making changes to the template file in a ReadMe file. This will be included in the template file pack you download from our site.
Need additional help?
If you run into specific problems or have additional questions, please contact our support team at email@example.com
While our Support team aren't trained professional video editors, we will do our best to help with the skills we have!
If we can’t help, we recommend searching the support forums for your specific editors (e.g Adobe support forums for After Effects or Premiere Pro, as someone else may have encountered the same or similar issue and found a solution).
Tutorial Blog: How to Customize After Effects Templates