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Moving Video Clips from One Project to another Project

Specific to Premiere Elements Version 11.

Re: Moving Video Clips from One Project to another Project

Postby MP#$864zz » Tue Nov 01, 2016 10:05 pm

Hi Chuck

I will try to Post Screen Print.

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Re: Moving Video Clips from One Project to another Project

Postby John 'twosheds' McDonald » Wed Nov 02, 2016 1:22 am

Did you try Robert's (RJ) suggestion?

RJ Johnston wrote:I noticed that when I apply an animation to a title in PRE11, that the title looks like it is selected in Project Assets, but the File > Export is greyed out. Then if I click on a different asset or on an empty space and then come back and click on the title, the File > Export menu item is then available. So in some cases PRE looses track that items are selected, and that means if it's a title, then PRE won't set a flag that Export is enabled. In my humble opinion -- a bug.
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Re: Moving Video Clips from One Project to another Project

Postby MP#$864zz » Wed Nov 02, 2016 2:45 pm

Hi Chuck

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NO I don't get those options in Adjustments Panel .

I will Post Screen Shot.

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Re: Moving Video Clips from One Project to another Project

Postby MP#$864zz » Wed Nov 02, 2016 2:53 pm

Hello RJ and John

Thanks for the Reply

I tried that. It did not seem to have any effect.

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Re: Moving Video Clips from One Project to another Project

Postby Bob » Wed Nov 02, 2016 6:16 pm

It sure looks like your end credits are an actual video clip and not a title. Did you perhaps export the end credits as an mpeg video clip and then import that clip into this project??
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Re: Moving Video Clips from One Project to another Project

Postby RJ Johnston » Wed Nov 02, 2016 7:18 pm

If you right-click on the title in Project Assets, then select properties, the first line of information will say if it's a title.

Bob, on my system I can export end credits from Pre11. In fact, I'm having trouble finding titles that I can't export. The film strip icon just means that it's animated, if it's a title.
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Re: Moving Video Clips from One Project to another Project

Postby Bob » Wed Nov 02, 2016 7:47 pm

Bob, on my system I can export end credits from Pre11. In fact, I'm having trouble finding titles that I can't export.

That's been my experience across all the versions of Premiere I've used.

The film strip icon just means that it's animated, if it's a title.

Quite right! It should remain a title, not a video clip.

The file name of the title on the timeline say "rendered....mpeg". The fact that it has a ".mpeg" suffix makes it look like a reference to a rendered video file rather than the title itself. I've not seen that happen with a normal title. You have PrE 11, have you seen it do that?


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Re: Moving Video Clips from One Project to another Project

Postby RJ Johnston » Wed Nov 02, 2016 8:52 pm

Thanks Bob, I guess I should have maximized my window so I could read the small print, because that information is the key. That mpeg file is a rendered preview file, which you can find in the "Adobe Premiere Elements Preview Files\P r o j e c t N a m e.PREV" folder if you go looking for it. It will disappear if the command to delete rendered files is ever used in Premeire Elements unless the file has been copied to another location. BEWARE!

So that would not be a "Title" that can be exported. And if you want to keep that mpeg file, you'll have to move it out of the preview files folder to another location. Also beware that those rendered preview files are probably draft/low resolution, since by default they are draft/low resolution. The title which is the source for those preview files is probably still somewhere in the Project Assets panel.
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