1. If you’re working with low-resolution copies of your media files, you’ll want to make your clips offline so you can reimport them at full resolution.
2. Trimmed projects include only the parts of your clips used in sequences. To give yourself the flexibility to adjust your edit points later, add handles; 30-frame handles would actually add 60 frames to the total duration of each clip because Premiere Pro adds one handle at the beginning and one at the end.
3. If you have imported media files from lots of different locations on your computer, it can be difficult to find everything and stay organized. By using the Project Manager to collect all the media files into one location, you’ll make it easier to manage your project media files.
4. When you choose Remove Unused, Premiere Pro removes any clips from your project that are not used in any sequences. No media files are deleted.
5. Import the project file as you would import any media file. Premiere Pro will invite you to import the entire project or selected sequences. You can also browse inside project files using the Media Browser or even simply open the other project file to copy and paste between the two projects.
6. The Project Manager does not collect dynamically linked assets when creating a new project. For this reason, it’s a good idea to create any new dynamically linked projects in the same location as your project folder or in a dedicated folder for your project. That way, it’s easier to manually locate and copy the assets for the new project.