As you saw in the previous chapter, all the
files you add to a project—video clips, audio
clips, still pictures, and synthetic media like
leaders and mattes—are listed in the Media
panel. The more complex the project, the
lengthier and more unwieldy this list becomes.
Fortunately, the Media panel includes fea-
tures that help you keep your clips organized
and easy to find, as this chapter explains.
You’ll also learn how to perform other media
management tasks. For example, you can
specify how Premiere Elements interprets
aspects of a clip, such as its frame rate,
pixel aspect ratio, and alpha channel. Finally,
you’ll learn how to restore an offline clip
by reuniting it with its previously missing
source file.
Managing Clips
Managing Clips

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