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Hi all Premiere Elements 14 Experts!

 

HELP!

 

I have created a project in Premiere Elements 14 - I would like to use the created project in another project (copy the created section into another project (new) - and still be able to edit the clips in the new project).

Is this possible? Or is it only possible to export the project as a video file?

 

I hope you get the question - and hope you can help me 🙂  

 

 

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Hi all Premiere Elements 14 Experts!

 

HELP!

 

I have created a project in Premiere Elements 14 - I would like to use the created project in another project (copy the created section into another project (new) - and still be able to edit the clips in the new project).

Is this possible? Or is it only possible to export the project as a video file?

 

I hope you get the question - and hope you can help me 🙂  

 

 

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Alas not possible.

You can only export project as video file.

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If you haven't started the new project yet, you can delete the parts you don't need and save the old project as a new name and then continue from there.

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Thank you Bob for making that clear.

This is VERY unfortunate (I am using PE20 on W10) because more and more Open Source Video Editing Tools support this Feature and I would rather stick with Premiere Elements because I have TONS of Presets created - but not beeing able to copy Clips from one Project to Another cost me (in summary) over 40 hours of additional effort since spring 2020...

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You can try using the program ClipMate. This program enhances copy and paste and does allow you to copy from one project and then paste into another.

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