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Building a library of easy accessible sound effects, outros, intros, and effects?

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Aug 05, 2021 Aug 05, 2021

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Hello everyone! I am relatively new to Adobe Premiere, so some of UI seems still confusing to me

 

What would be the best way to go about making a liblary of sound effects, titles, intros, outros, and in general, thing I do/use quite often without the need to import them every time I create a new project? 

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Audio, Editing, Effects and Titles, Export, Import, Performance, User interface or workspaces

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 05, 2021 Aug 05, 2021
Create a project (or projects) with all of the media and sequences containing the sound effects, titles, intros, outros, etc. Save the template project (or projects) with an appropriate name. Make sure that all media used is available on your hard drive(s). When working in a new project, just import the parts of the template project(s) that you need. Alternatively, make a copy of the template project and rename it as your new project and then add your new media to it and save it with an appr...

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Create a project (or projects) with all of the media and sequences containing the sound effects, titles, intros, outros, etc.

Save the template project (or projects) with an appropriate name.

Make sure that all media used is available on your hard drive(s).

 

When working in a new project, just import the parts of the template project(s) that you need.

 

Alternatively, make a copy of the template project and rename it as your new project and then add your new media to it and save it with an appropriate name.

 

And don't forget to back up everything!

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This is part of why I work totally in Productions mode in PrPro.

 

Even though I'm a small shop with multiple clients, every project is in my Productions for the year. Which means that I can have my assets such as b-roll, audio & such in a "library" project, and simply drag/drop them into any other project I need them in.

 

Spiffy workflow.

 

Neil

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