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Packaging clarification

Explorer ,
Nov 26, 2022 Nov 26, 2022

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Hi, I have to take a test to I just want to confirm I understand the instructions (so I don't look like a dummy).  🙂  They are to:

 

"Package working files to include the final media files. for example, PDF, .AI and Project Bin"

 

I am familiar with packaging with Illustrator and InDesign -- so that you can send everything to someone else (fonts, images), and in InDesign you send an .idml file and a PDF for maximum compatibility.

 

I was just confused because when you Package something, doesn't it automatically include the "final media file"?

 

Thanks so much!

Kathy

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Community Expert , Nov 26, 2022 Nov 26, 2022

I think they are referring to the files which are referenced with primary file (fonts, placed images and vector files). Like the Package command in InDesign and Illustrator.

 

I didn't understand "Project Bin" that that's Corel (PC) terminology which sounds equivalent to Package:


"Project Bins are a new tool added in Studio version 14 designed to assist in project asset management. Project Bins offer a convenient way to quickly locate content that has been added to a project. Project Bins also a

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Nov 26, 2022 Nov 26, 2022

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I think they are referring to the files which are referenced with primary file (fonts, placed images and vector files). Like the Package command in InDesign and Illustrator.

 

I didn't understand "Project Bin" that that's Corel (PC) terminology which sounds equivalent to Package:


"Project Bins are a new tool added in Studio version 14 designed to assist in project asset management. Project Bins offer a convenient way to quickly locate content that has been added to a project. Project Bins also allow you to locate content that you have manually added to the Project Bin for later use. The Project Bin allows all of this content to be displayed in one single location."

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Nov 27, 2022 Nov 27, 2022

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Thanks so much, Steve!

 

I think Project Bins are from Premiere Pro.  But it's so helpful to know that I can just do my normal Package command and be fine!

 

Thanks again!

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Good luck on your test!

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