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Managing Your Projects in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5

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This excerpt from Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 Classroom in a Book shows you how to use the Project Manager, a slick project-management tool that reduces a project’s storage size and consolidates the files associated with a project.

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Note: This excerpt does not include the lesson files. The lesson files are available with purchase of the book.

Getting started

If you are a one-person band, tracking projects is probably a snap for you. However, once you start bringing others into the production mix, you need to find ways to manage your assets. Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 has a slick project-management tool, called the Project Manager, that reduces a project’s storage size and consolidates the files associated with a project.

The Project Manager allows you to save or consolidate your project for easy archiving, and its import features allow you to share complete projects or portions of projects.

You can also save time editing various projects by importing sequences from older saved projects. You have the ability to import the entire project or selective sequences from that project.

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