How do I delete recent projects / files etc from adobe Premiere Pro CC ?
Thanks very much.
Delete, rename or move them on the hard drive.
As suggested by Jim Simon, you can delete, rename or move the project files(.prproj) to a different location manually to clear the recent project in opening window in Premiere Pro.
Still having the very same problem with Premiere Pro CC 2019 , I can't get rid of the recent projects list . In other NLE's it is a very simple operation such as file - delete recent projects etc.
Why is it so difficult to clear the recent projects list in P P CC 2019
Trash Preferences, that will clear the list.
Can you explain why the recent files list is problematic? Then someone might be able to suggest a solution.
Why is it so difficult to clear the recent projects list
It's not. Just delete, rename or move them on the hard drive.
Thanks to all but I have cleared these projects from the hard drive and they still remain . . . .
I cannot replicate this behavior on my system.
Are you confident the .prproj files for those projects are deleted?
Can you open one of the projects in the list? If so it is not deleted.
If you look at the top center of the Premiere Pro window, you will see the path where the current (open) .prproj file is located:
Did you try trashing preferences?
Trashing the preferences did solve the problem ( it's the only way ) not like some of the others were deleting old projects is much easier, nevertheless, it always gives me great pleasure to say thank you very much to all of you for your assistance.
Starting premiere pro wit Alt-Shift. the list is cleared
Before trashing preferences or deleting project files try this. Just MOVE the projects you'd like to hide from the list. I noticed if you drag completed projects into a subfolder or just elsewhere, those projects then do not show up in the list on the home screen the next time you open PremierePro CC.
(i'm using PPro CC 2019 on OS X)
This is an old post, but there still doesn't seem to be any way to flush your recent projects list. The answers provided so far are to either move all your old projects or completely trash your preferences. If you would rather not make arbitrary file changes or completely annihilate all of your application preferences for such a simple and otherwise-commonplace task (really? who thinks this is an acceptable answer?), and you're comfortable editing an XML file, you can remove the MRU (Most-Recently-Used) items by editing the preferences file manually, as follows:
Worked for me, thanks!
do you realize that you can just double click on a premiere project and that will launch premiere pro and load that project? Although the premiere "splash" screen is useful cause it shows the recent projects you've opened, it's not necesarily the best way for your workflow. I've got a folder for my premiere pro projects that's automatically mirrored on my dropbox account. All I have to do is find the project I want to load and double click on it.