How to Collect Files and Easily Share Projects in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2017)

How to Collect Files and Easily Share Projects in Adobe Premiere Pro CC (2017)

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Today I go over how to collect files in Premiere Pro. This will allow you to easily share these files with other people, or to move the project to another computer and to still have it work. It is also a great way to organize your footage.


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  1. very good video, this is exactly what I needed, thanks!

  2. Thanks alot

  3. When I do the collection on Premiere Pro I see my video, prproj, audio and video previews along with the Media Cache. What I don't see are all my video files that I use for my project. Where are the bins?

  4. I use premiere pro for so long that i regret missing this part. i knew this software could be capable of doing it but never searched or had a need until now. Since i have to send the files to another friend to do some warp stabilization since i have a low-end laptop right now and my PC isn't in good shape… this really helped!

  5. I have NEVER been able to get this fuction to work. In many different projects and different versions of premiere it has always given me error messages

  6. In Short .. Thanks Buddy🙂🙂

  7. can you send it through drop box/ we transfer etc

  8. Amazingly concise and totally on point. Love it.

  9. lit. Ty

  10. Absolute life saver!

  11. hi I've extracted the video and saved it on my desktop but it won't let me send it via email for some reason can u help me please

  12. Great tutorial. Exactly what I needed to do when I move to another computer. Thank you such much.

  13. Boatloads of time saved, Premiere is a very smart program, I knew this was somewhere, Thank you

  14. THANK YOU!

  15. #Lifesaver xxx

  16. enta gamed neek. great video

  17. This is great thanks. For me, though, it Premier Pro does not create a folder structure to match the bins, it just places media in the created folder – so it needs organising again!

  18. thank you

  19. Very cool option, BUT (!!!) it collects all the file to one fcing folder. So if you heave a real projects with VFX, SFX and 200-300+ files it will be a total mess on HDD. Why no one explaning this?

    When you do the same trick in Adobe AE it saves all filles with a structure and folders. And Pr is just throung all stuff in one place. How to fix this? Any ideas?

  20. Thank you!

  21. Thanks bro.

  22. Nice video. I needed help on this fast 💨

  23. Thumbs up for sharing

  24. This is sooooo useful! Thanks for sharing!

  25. Thank you! This still works perfectly in Premier 2020

  26. Thank you so much

  27. Goat alert

  28. I spent an hour chatting with someone from Adobe customer support, trying to sort this out and go ahead to color correction for my movie. They couldn't find the way so suggested me to do this manually, which would take me forever. Right after finishing the chat, I jumped into tutorial research on youtube and found this video. Brilliant. Thanks, so much!!!

  29. video starts at 1:12

  30. Thanks

  31. Excellent tutorial sir, thank you for your efforts

  32. Thanks, that was really helpful !

  33. Thank you

  34. This is super helpful and right to the point! AWESOME!

  35. What if you have dynamically linked after effect compositions as your clips? It isn't saving the files within after effects for me. Can someone help?

  36. Thank you!

  37. Video starts at 1:10

  38. God bless you man

  39. delete my dick

  40. Just what I was looking for – thanks!

  41. Thanks for saving me!!

  42. So, I can email the Premiere Pro project as well?

  43. Sadly, NOWHERE ON EARTHS INTERNET..does ANYTHING/ANYONE tell you how to get RAW VIDEO FOOTAGE that was SENT to you in your EMAIL out of your EMAIL, and INTO Adobe Premier pro….😞

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