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In this installment of Video Adrenaline for Premiere Pro, Richard Harrington explores the Media Browser in PP and talks about features that you might not know exist.



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Re: Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline: Mastering the Media Browser
by David Temmesfeld
Great Tutorial Rich,

I am using AVCHD footage shot on the Sony NEX-FSU100U so this helps out a lot for import of media. My only question is: What is the best method for logging and organizing my project footage after the fact? I would love to be able to add log notes and rename the clips with information that is useful for me when I edit. I know I can do this through the metadata tab but what if my media goes off line or gets disconnected how can i find the correct clips to link back up. Does Premiere help out with this or is there a good practice to use. Thanks for any help. Dave



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