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Where Are Voice-Over Titles and Audio Stored?

Community Beginner ,
Sep 14, 2020

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While in Premiere Pro (PP), I recorded (voice-over) about 50 audio clips while in PP (cicked on the little microphone and then recorded).  Everthing went perfectly except a day later my disk drive that had the internal PP audio failed and had to be replaced.  Therefore I lost all of my voice-over audio.  So my question is, where does PP store these voice-over audio clips?  Once I know this, I will save the voice-over audio clips each time I close PP and if a disk breaks, I will "locate" the saved clips. Same with "Titles."  I just created a bunch of fancy titles in PP and don't want to start all over again if a disk fails.  Where does PP store these titles?  Thanks.

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Where Are Voice-Over Titles and Audio Stored?

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While in Premiere Pro (PP), I recorded (voice-over) about 50 audio clips while in PP (cicked on the little microphone and then recorded).  Everthing went perfectly except a day later my disk drive that had the internal PP audio failed and had to be replaced.  Therefore I lost all of my voice-over audio.  So my question is, where does PP store these voice-over audio clips?  Once I know this, I will save the voice-over audio clips each time I close PP and if a disk breaks, I will "locate" the saved clips. Same with "Titles."  I just created a bunch of fancy titles in PP and don't want to start all over again if a disk fails.  Where does PP store these titles?  Thanks.

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pretty sure titles are stored in the premiere project file.   so if you lose them, you should check your autosave files.  You can also export them by using what ever the little camera icon is called...  If you save in a format that allows for alph channels...  but you won't be able to make changes to them...    as far as the audio files go, I've never used premiere to record voice over, so I have no idea.  But I imagine if you have a vo clip in the timeline and control click on it and choose reveal in finder (if you're on a mac) or if you're on windows I think it's reveal in explorer...you'll see where it's stored.  

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Sep 15, 2020

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You have the option to choose where captured audio and video are located. I will try to post a screen shot later.

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Thanks Andy.  I look forward to the post.  I have found where the voice-overs are stored but don't know where the titles are stored.

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dgfitzpat,

Check out File > Project Settings > Scratch Disks.

 

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Kevin

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As I said before: in the project. Try this: create a new project. Make a
new sequence, add a title, send it to another premiere system and the
title is there.

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