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If you are a premium member of the lynda .com Online Training Library or if you are watching on a disc, then you'll have access to these Exercise Files. And I want to show you in this movie how I've arranged them so you know how they work. Basically, the projects for the different chapters will be in its corresponding chapter. So when you're watching the movies in Chapter 5, you'll find the projects for Chapter 5 in the Chapter 5 folder of the Exercise Files. Now, it's important that you keep all these folders together with the Media folder, because the Media folder contains the videos and stills and graphics and things like that that are linked to in these projects.
So we need to maintain their relative space or else we'll break the link and our projects won't work. Now, if you find when you open a Premiere project, if you get a warning about how there is media that is offline or it can't find certain media clips, then what you could do is jump ahead to Chapter 6. There is a movie about reconnecting offline media. Just go ahead and watch that and you should get all the information you need about how to fix that problem. Now, unless specifically mentioned in the training, most of the time all you'll have to do is just open up the project in the chapter folder and you won't have to worry about the media folder.
Now, if you're a monthly or annual subscriber to the lynda.com Online Training Library, then you won't have access to these files, but of course, you can just follow along and watch the training, or if you have other assets of your own that you'd like to follow along with, then feel free to use those as well.
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