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Saving/Exporting Bins

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Feb 20, 2017

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I have a bin that I use in many of my projects.  The bin consists 30 individual titles.  I would like to be able to save or export the bin so that on my next project, I can import the bin.  Of course, I could make and save 30 different templates but that would be soooo inefficient relative to just importing a bin that already has the titles in the saved bin.  If I could import the bin, I could simply expand the bin and drag the titles to the respective clips.  Is there a way to save or export a bin?

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Create a Project containing that Bin of assets only.

Import that Project anytime you need it.

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Saving/Exporting Bins

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I have a bin that I use in many of my projects.  The bin consists 30 individual titles.  I would like to be able to save or export the bin so that on my next project, I can import the bin.  Of course, I could make and save 30 different templates but that would be soooo inefficient relative to just importing a bin that already has the titles in the saved bin.  If I could import the bin, I could simply expand the bin and drag the titles to the respective clips.  Is there a way to save or export a bin?

Premiere Pro CC 2017

Windows 7 64 bit

Create a Project containing that Bin of assets only.

Import that Project anytime you need it.

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Create a Project containing that Bin of assets only.

Import that Project anytime you need it.

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That works! Thanks.

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Bit confused, I get that you create a new Project with Bin Assets only, but can you then open that project into another project

 

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With "stand alone" normal projects, you can have multiple projects open at the same time. And copy/paste or drag/drop assets between them. When you say copy a sequence to another project, Premiere then adds all assets of that sequence (media, graphics) to the other project also as it must have a 'master clip' reference for each item in a project in the database for that project.

 

Using the Productions process, a new way of using Premiere ... you can have many projects in a Production folder tree and use items from one project in another without Premiere needing to duplicate assets to the other project.

 

Neil

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