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CEP: Drag and Drop between Premiere and Extension

Explorer ,
May 06, 2020 May 06, 2020

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I want the user to be able to drag video items from Media Browser to the extension panel. And here is my ondrop callback of the html element:

function drop(ev) {
     ev.preventDefault();
     var data = ev.dataTransfer;
     alert('data.files.length : '+data.files.length);
     alert('data.items.length : '+data.items.length);
}

Result:

data.files.length : 0
data.items.length : 0

Question:

How can I know which video item was draged ? Is it possible at all ?

 

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Adobe Employee , May 06, 2020 May 06, 2020

Dragging one or more file paths FROM a panel, TO PPro is supported; dragging from PPro to a panel is not supported. 

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May 06, 2020 May 06, 2020

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Dragging one or more file paths FROM a panel, TO PPro is supported; dragging from PPro to a panel is not supported. 

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I have develop the custom plugin. How to drag the file from the panel to PPro timeline?

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