How to Import Card-Based Media in Premiere Pro CS6


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Importing card-based media

Now importing files that are already on your hard drive or on external hard drive or even on some cards--like off of a Canon DSLR camera--is pretty easy because you can simply either use the import command or you can use the media browser. However, other card-based media is a little more difficult, and I am going to show you why. Let me go ahead and hide Premiere Pro and show you an example of what the folder structure looks like inside of a card that you may have recorded your movies to.

And you can see on my desktop I have a folder here called card. Now this could be a card such as AVCHD format that some consumer cameras use, there are others formats Panasonic's P2, there is Sony's XD cam. But if you look inside any of these cards by double-clicking on the folder, you see inside there is something that might say contents, and then you can drill down even deeper, and there's lots of folders inside here. And you might think, "Oh I'll just grab the video," but on...

Importing card-based media
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Importing card-based media provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Abba Shapiro as part of the Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Pro
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