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Adobe Premiere Elements 8 Classroom in a Book by Adobe Creative Team

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Chapter 4. Organizing Your Content

After you’ve captured or imported your content, you can drag it to the My Project panel from either the Media view or Project view in the Edit workspace. Why two locations? As you’ll read in this chapter, each has its own unique strengths.

For example, Media view and its big brother the Organizer are ideal for tagging your clips for easy search and retrieval, for creating InstantMovies, and for creating albums to back up to Photoshop.com. Project view works well when you’d like to sort and trim your clips before adding them to the Sceneline or Timeline.

Fast and efficient movie production is all about organization. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to do the following:

  • Manually tag your clips in the Organizer

  • Apply ...

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