Hi, I am a bit confused with the new import mode feature. How do I create a project without importing and clips/files? I just want to make a blank project the way it used to default to. I am using Adobe Premiere Pro 2022 on a Windows 10.
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You dont need to import files.
Just name the project, set path and hit create.
Did you pay any attention to the entire list of options in the previous new project dialog? Most didn't.
They just changed the other options. If they're not useful to you, ignore them as you did before. And do as Ann says ... name, location, create.
+1 here. Everyone in our studio who got the update thought they HAD to import media to create new projects.
Maybe the confusion comes from this alert style message at the bottom of the new project screen? The text yells "Select media to create project". I bet Adobe can tweak the language here.
Also, we're all on Mac and the left side "local" file navigation is completely useless. It's slow and far less efficient than using the OS Finder.
Yea, it was and is confusing to look at for most of us. "They' seemed puzzled we were confused.
Sigh. Computer programs and Life ... not always a sweet combination.
Okay, so how do you create a new file. This is marked as a correct answer. Hmmm.
Very simple: just as before.
Type a project name in the Project Name box upper left.
Select a Location on-disc for the Project file in the dropdown just to the right.
Then click the Create button.
The new project opens in the Edit page. Use the MediaBrowser or Project panel to import assets as before.