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Opening Rush Project in Premiere Pro

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Dec 07, 2018

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The Adobe Rush tutorial says if you open a Rush project from within Premiere Pro, that all the associated clips used in the project will remain in their original location, which I'm figuring means the clips will stay on your phone / in the cloud --- but I like to ingest my clips into my Premiere projects so that when the project is complete, I can archive it with all the elements together (including the clips). That way, if I need to come back to the project a year later and make an edit, I don't have to worry about links to clips not working if one of the original clips got moved or deleted from the cloud. So, is there a way to ingest all the clips into the Premiere Pro project when you open up a Rush project in Premiere Pro?

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Correct answer by Meg The Dog | Adobe Community Professional

In Premiere Pro, after you open the Rush project (and or/after you complete the project in Premiere) you can go to File > Project Manager and use the Project Manager to collect, copy, and move all the elements in the project to a destination of your choosing.

Doing so will create a Premiere Project independent of Rush.

Copy, consolidate, transcode, and archive your Adobe Premiere Pro project

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Opening Rush Project in Premiere Pro

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The Adobe Rush tutorial says if you open a Rush project from within Premiere Pro, that all the associated clips used in the project will remain in their original location, which I'm figuring means the clips will stay on your phone / in the cloud --- but I like to ingest my clips into my Premiere projects so that when the project is complete, I can archive it with all the elements together (including the clips). That way, if I need to come back to the project a year later and make an edit, I don't have to worry about links to clips not working if one of the original clips got moved or deleted from the cloud. So, is there a way to ingest all the clips into the Premiere Pro project when you open up a Rush project in Premiere Pro?

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Correct answer by Meg The Dog | Adobe Community Professional

In Premiere Pro, after you open the Rush project (and or/after you complete the project in Premiere) you can go to File > Project Manager and use the Project Manager to collect, copy, and move all the elements in the project to a destination of your choosing.

Doing so will create a Premiere Project independent of Rush.

Copy, consolidate, transcode, and archive your Adobe Premiere Pro project

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In Premiere Pro, after you open the Rush project (and or/after you complete the project in Premiere) you can go to File > Project Manager and use the Project Manager to collect, copy, and move all the elements in the project to a destination of your choosing.

Doing so will create a Premiere Project independent of Rush.

Copy, consolidate, transcode, and archive your Adobe Premiere Pro project

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