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Removing unused footage

Whenever you're finished working with a project, or when you realize a project is just getting too large, you should remove unused files. And the command for that is relatively straightforward. But just so we can see all the files that we have in our project, let's go ahead and select our Project panel and press the Tilde key just underneath the Escape key. Now, let's expand the folders in the project panel. And you can see, I have a layered Photoshop document, an image sequence, an Illustrator file, a C4D file. This is looking pretty normal. Now, File > Dependencies > Remove Unused Footage.

This goes through and looks at all the footage in the Project panel, and sees if it's used in any of the compositions. And it says, 2 footage or folder items were removed. You can undo if you wish. Okay. Let's undo, and you'll see the TIFF sequence was unused. Redo that. And notice, one of the Photoshop document layers were removed. So even if you import a layered Photoshop document ...

Removing unused footage
Video duration: 1m 25s 14h 52m Appropriate for all Updated Nov 03, 2014

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Removing unused footage provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CC Essential Training

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