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Every project has same thumbnail

Community Beginner ,
Jun 15, 2021 Jun 15, 2021

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I duplicate projects as I often use the same elements in the same order, but I will import all-new video files and delete the video files from the previous project. However, all of these duplicated projects continue to have the same project thumbnail - the thumbnail that shows when you open Rush to select a project. I am not talking about rendering video and the generated preview thumbnail (this works as it should), but the working project file's thumbnail under "your projects".

 

This is a minor thing, but it makes it slightly confusing when I go to open a file, as they all have the exact same thumbnail as the original project. Once inside the duplicated projects, there is no trace of that original video content, given I deleted it a while ago.... I am confused about why this is happening.

 

How can this be fixed, so that duplicated projects will reflect their actual video content in their project thumbnail? Thanks!

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Jun 21, 2021 Jun 21, 2021

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I had a similar issue (I edit weekly videos for the pastor of my church), and it definitely used to get confusing. When the projects *have* to have the same starting images/clips, Rush will use the same preview. My workaround was to RENAME the projects using date stamps (i.e.  ABC - May 2021, ABC - June 2021, etc.). It's also good to remember:

  • Rush will always sort your projects by the most recently opened project first
  • You can also use the ~ (tilde) character in front of a file name to change your device's file system alphabetical listing. That can help you identify/separate active from completed sequences, already used assets, etc.

Hope this helps!

 

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Jan 08, 2023 Jan 08, 2023

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I have a same issue, Adobe can you help?

 

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