How to Use the Media Browser Premiere Pro


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Using the Media Browser

The Media Browser in Premiere Pro allows you to browse files that are anywhere, on any drive before you actually bring them in to your project. It also facilitates bringing in those files, and looking at a lot of information called metadata, associated with the files. In a lot of ways, it parallels the browser itself, but it has some special features. Let me show you how it works. We're right where we left off in Adobe Premier Pro. Remember I've already set this to our meta logging workspace which reveals the Media Browser.

If you don't prefer that, and you just want to see the window itself. You can always go Window, and Media Browser, or shift + 8 to reveal the window. So here it is down here. We're going to use another one of my favorite techniques, which is the grave key, to bring it up to full screen. Now, on the left is where you browse files, so if I want to get to our exercise files, I'm going to go Home Directory, and then Desktop Exercise files.

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Using the Media Browser
Video duration: 3m 59s 2h 31m Intermediate

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Using the Media Browser 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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Video
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Premiere Pro
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