Export entire project but just with the edited clips?

New Here ,
Dec 18, 2020 Dec 18, 2020

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Hello everyone,

 

Is it possible to export the entire Premiere Pro project, but just with the part of the clips that you cut, not the entire source?

So once I send them the project, they are able to open it with the raw files and my edits, but not access to full original source files? So there is no loss in quality but they are able to open the project as see the timeline with the same quality?

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 18, 2020 Dec 18, 2020
yes.  you need to use the project manager which can be found in the file menu.  It's not simple (what is?) and people have reported problems but I'm not sure if those problems are premiere's fault or issues with the original source media...  or....  operator error.  Be sure and test the integrity of the exported project before deleting any of your original material...

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yes.  you need to use the project manager which can be found in the file menu.  It's not simple (what is?) and people have reported problems but I'm not sure if those problems are premiere's fault or issues with the original source media...  or....  operator error. 

Be sure and test the integrity of the exported project before deleting any of your original material...

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Thank you!

but that way it will include entire clips? Don't I have to select "Considilate and Transcode" > source "Individual Clips"
rather than Timeline?

and uncheck "include Handles: 24frames"

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consolidate and transcode...  handles are if you want some extra material in case you want to add a few frames or add a dissolve...  not sure what it means source "individual clips."  I just did a quick test with source "sequence" and it seems fine.  but I suggest you do a test yourself with a clip or 2 in a new sequence and see if it accomplishes what you want.   You'll probably have some questions about what format to transcode to.  If so, tell me what your source properties are...

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