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Grouping clips

Postby John Walker » Thu Dec 27, 2018 2:44 pm

Seasons Greetings

Any suggestions for grouping clips for editing and later entering on the timeline?

I have a project with 200+clips covering an event. I want to group clips relating to specific aspects of the day but were taken as the day progressed.

They are all in the Project Assets folder but all over the place.

Hopefully I have made my question clear :-k

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Re: Grouping clips

Postby Chuck Engels » Thu Dec 27, 2018 3:03 pm

Hi John,

One way to do this is to open the folder with all of the clips and sort them by creation date/time. Then create folders for each segment or group and move those files that apply to individual folders. Then you can import the folders into Premiere Elements. You may also want to create a separate project for each segment and just import the folder that applies to that segment. You can put them all together in the end. This is kind of how I do it for wedding videos.
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Re: Grouping clips

Postby John Walker » Thu Dec 27, 2018 6:27 pm

Thank you Chuck

That seems to be the way to go.

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Cameras:
[1] Sony RX100 M6
[2] Panasonic HC-X920
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Win 10
Adobe Premiere Elements 14
Sonicfire Pro 6.0
Intel i5 3.5 Ghz
Gigabyte Z97X-UD3H
C: 500Gb SSD, 2 x 1Tb internal SATA drives, 3 x 2Tb Back Up Drives
32 Gb Ram
Radeon HD5450 1Gb
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