Change the default library location [Shared library] (WIN)

Titler Pro and Titler Live can be custom configured to display any file path as its library. This is most commonly used to set as the same library for any number of computers on the same network. This is accomplished by changing the registry settings that identifies Titler Live's Content Path.

Note: NewBlue does not endorse any single solution for Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). In order to create a shared library between 2 or more computers over the internet, it is recommended that each user research and implement a VPN solution that works best for their organization's needs.

  1. Hold the Windows Key + R. This will open the Run dialog.
  2. Inside the dialog, type regedit and press Enter. This will open the Registry Editor (If you are prompted to Allow this app to make changes to your device click Yes.
  3. In the left panel, navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\NewBlue\Common.
  4. Double click Titler Content Path.
  5. Replace the file path in the Value Data field with your desired resource library location. The most common way to get this file path is to copy it from a file explorer window.
  6. Press OK.
  7. IMPORTANT: After specifying a resource file path, Titler Pro/Live will still search for template files that are located at "Your Filepath"\Library\Project Templates. Thus, you will need to ensure that the \Library\Project Templates file structure is present in your new folder. Do not include these subfolders inside the Regedit Value Data field

Repeat this process for every computer on your network running Titler Pro/Titler Live. If you have not yet saved any .nbtitle files or folders to your selected location, the library will appear blank inside the software.

If you want to add the files from the default library to the new location, you can copy them from the original location Program Files\NewBlueFX\Titler Content\Resources\ and paste them into the new directory.

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