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No new bins with folders containing only 1 file?

New Here ,
Sep 13, 2022 Sep 13, 2022

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Posting here in case anyone at Adobe can either chime in or help fix this in future updates.

 

When I import a folder into my project it will create a bin with the same name as long as there are 2 or more files in the folder.  If there is only 1 file then it will disregard the folder and import the 1 file with no bin.  Is there a secret setting somewhere to fix it so it still creates a bin?  Is there a reason for this?  Can it be fixed in a future update of Premiere?

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Sep 13, 2022 Sep 13, 2022

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That's been happening for some time. I know there are several Premiere Pro UserVoice requests on this, so search there and upvote one or more ...

 

Neil 

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Try placing a PNG in each folder and subfolder in the Finder or Explorer prior to importing the folder and subfolders into Premiere Pro.  A screenshot called "placeholder.png" should work.  For cleanup, use the Find Bin Content text field to locate "placeholder", select all the PNGs listed, and then right-click to use Make Offline..., Media Files Are Deleted.

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