Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with bins, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Organizing Assets.
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Bins are one of the fundamental organizational tools…inside Premiere Pro and, in fact, most non-linear editors.…They're so fundamental that we've been working with them already even…though we're just now getting to the real movie about bins.…One quick note before we start, which is you…might think, why are they called bins and not folders?…They seem to behave exactly the same.…And the reason is because in the days of film, the bin is what you called…the container where you kept the film strips.…So it's one of those instances where the old language has been carried over.…
They're just called bins inside the non-linear editor.…Let's take a look at everything you can do with bins.…I'm still in my project panel here, which is where bins exist.…And I've already done a lot of organizational…work using labels, adding metadata and sorting by metadata.…Now, what I want to do is organize further by creating some specific…bins and then moving types of footage into them so it's easier to find.…There's lots of ways to make a bin including the…
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- Using the Media Browser and Metalogging workspace
- Importing from a drive
- Importing bins with a CSV file
- Batch renaming in Bridge
- Logging and pre-editing footage
- Using clip makers
- Working with metadata