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Combine Two Projects - Is it possible?

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Jan 08, 2020

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I know that it can be done in Premiere Pro, but with Premiere Elements is it possible to combine two projects, with the same project settings, into the same timeline?

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No.

You can export the timeline and bring it into another project, but you won't be able to change any of the edits.

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Combine Two Projects - Is it possible?

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I know that it can be done in Premiere Pro, but with Premiere Elements is it possible to combine two projects, with the same project settings, into the same timeline?

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Correct answer by Peru Bob | Adobe Community Professional

No.

You can export the timeline and bring it into another project, but you won't be able to change any of the edits.

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No.

You can export the timeline and bring it into another project, but you won't be able to change any of the edits.

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Thank for letting me know.  I was aware that I could export the timeline and bring it into another project but that then means it'll be encoded twice in the finished movie (losing quality) and also as you state I won't be able to change any of the edits.  What I really want is to be able to maintain the timeline editing.  Am I correct in thinking that this is possible in Premiere Pro?

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Yes, you can do that in Premiere Pro.  You can also have two projects open at once.

You can also have multiple timelines (sequences) in a single project.

 

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