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How to save multiple clips to be able to use in every project

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Jun 22, 2024 Jun 22, 2024

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Hello, ive just recently started using premiere pro 2022 and i was wondering if there was a way to save  a bunch of animated images i have made into one thing. Basically ive added a bunch of images into the video bar and ive added some transistions to them. This will basically be an outro that ill use for every video and i just wanted to know if i can just save this entire section of clips, to be able to add on future videos and also be able to edit them if i need to.Kind of like drag and drop them into the video bar. (The image shows the selected clips/images that i want to save)

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Jun 22, 2024 Jun 22, 2024

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Working in Productions mode, rather than the older "stand-alone projects model", you can do that easily. And even though Productions was designed for long-form and episodic workflows, it's equally as awesome for one-person working. Like mine.

 

It uses an actual folder system on disc, with your assets and projects stored in projects in various folders of the Production, organzed as thou wilt.

 

I have a 'top' level set of four folders, Library, Clients, our in-shop work, and Testing and training.

 

Within each folder are subfolders for specific clients or jobs or projects.

 

Within those are project files with assets like footage, audio library, b-roll, graphics, templates, you name it.

 

And I can grab anything from one project and use in another. Easily, quickly.

 

Premiere Pro Productions Introduction

Using Productions in Premiere Pro

Adobe Long-form and Episodic Best Practices Guide 


Jarle’s blog expansion of the pdf Multicam section: Premiere Pro Multicam

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Hi Jake,

Neil's suggestion to use Productions is really smart. My other two suggestions would be to export as a video and add it to a Library (however, this cannot be edited afterward), or recreate your animated track layers as a single Graphic file and save this as a Motion Graphics Template (MOGRT).

Add a file to a library:
1. Export a high-quality version of your animation out of Premiere Pro.
2. Open the Creative Cloud app.
3. In the right-side panel, go to Files and then choose Your Libraries.
4. Click the New Library button at the top and name it.
5. Upload the exported file to this library.
6. Now go back to Premiere Pro and go to Window > Libraries and click the new library you created.
7. To add the animation to any project going forward, just right-click it in the Library panel and choose Add to Project - this will download a copy from the cloud and save it to your project folder.

Here's more information on Creative Cloud Libraries.

Recreate your layers as a Motion Graphic Template:
1. With the timeline active, choose Graphics > New Layer > From File. Import one of the layers from your animation.
2. If the other layers are already loaded in Premiere Pro, go to the Window > Essential Graphics panel and drag them from the Project panel into the layer stack.
3. Keyframe these layers using the Effect Controls panel, including transform, opacity, and any other effects from the Effects panel (see note below).
4. Choose Graphics and Titles > Export as Motion Graphics Template. Save it to your Local Template folder, or even better, save it to a Library so you can access it on any computer.
5. Next time you want to use this graphic, go to the Essential Graphics panel, choose the Browse tab, search for it, and then drag it into your timeline.

Any edits you make to this graphic after you drag it to the timeline will not be updated in the template afterward.

Note: I noticed you're using Additive Dissolve in your track animation - dissolves are not available inside a Graphic file, but you can recreate this effect by keyframing opacity and the White Input Level of the Levels effect.

Here's more information on creating Motion Graphics templates.

Cheers,
Paul

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