How to Import Bins with a CSV File in Premiere Pro


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Importing bins with a CSV file

We're not quite done with importing techniques. I want to show you a special technique that involves a quick spreadsheet and allows you to import directly from the information imported on that spreadsheet. The file type is called a CSV file, which stands for comma separated values. It's a file that Excel or many standard spreadhsheets can make. And the idea is that someone could either export that out of a different logging program, or just by hand, use a spreadsheet to make a log and then we could import that log as a bin.

It's going to make more sense if I show you. So let's take a look. As you can see I'm in my exercise files, and I've provided this file for you. So you can follow along and do this. This is a CSV file and you can see its a very simple setup. We have the tape name, which is unknown in all of these cases, time code in, time code out and the file name. This CSV file describes a bin that we can make inside Premier Pro. It takes a couple steps, so let me show you...

Importing bins with a CSV file
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Importing bins with a CSV file provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jason Osder as part of the Premiere Pro Guru: Organizing Assets

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