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Organizing Your Content

  • We organize so we can keep track of our assets easier
  • You can organize your clips in the Project Panel using folders
  • When you add items, Premiere can auto-analyze them for you, suggesting ways to improve your videos
    • You can set the way Premiere does this
  • Tagging your files allows you to find clips, pictures, etc. much easier

Organizing Your Content

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  • Intro 0:00
  • The Organizer 0:06
    • Organizing Media
    • Organizing People
    • Organizing Places
    • Organizing Events
  • The Project Assets Panel 15:03
    • Viewing Mode
    • Grid View & List View
    • Creating a New Folder
    • More on List View
    • Auto Analyzer & Subclips
    • Find
  • Tagging Your Files 25:28
    • Tagging Your Files
  • Why You Should Organize 27:25
    • Why You Should Organize