Archiving projects


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Archiving projects

When you have completed your project and shared it, it's a good idea to archive it. You know you have your files some place. They are probably on the original cassettes or perhaps there are files on your hard drive. But if you archive a project, you can pare it down to just the stuff you used and then store that away some place. You can maybe record it onto a DVD or put it onto a portable hard drive. So if you want to follow along with this, just open up 14-archiving. The basic way this works is when you are done, you go File > Project Archiver. It's a very simple thing. First it looks at your project and says how big is this project. And the archive project says this option will include only media you used in the Timeline of your movie. The original project size was 2.1 gigabytes but the saved project size is 1.2 gigabytes. So it pairs up the stuff you didn't use. There are some little videos that we might have not used or parts of videos that we didn't use. So the...

Archiving projects
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Archiving projects provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 7 Essential Training

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