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Importing rendered media back in Premiere Pro

In our previous movie, we exported a self contained QuickTime movie of a sample render we wanted to hand off to our editor. What we're going to do now in this movie is import that self contained QuickTime movie and show you how I integrated back into the timeline. Now, if you have access to the project file, we'll be working with 11_02_backtopremiere. And what I want to do is within Premiere Pro CC, I'm going to import and pull in off my desktop, my approval render.

And what I've done a little differently from the last time we looked at this Premiere Pro project, I added a layer of text. What I'm imagining is that this is the version of the timeline we're going to send off to the Academy Awards for their consideration of this film as Best short film. So we've got this little property of screening purposes only text up here, and what we want to do now is get this approval movie back into this timeline. So what I'm going to do is right click and add a track.

I'm going to...

Importing rendered media back in Premiere Pro
Video duration: 2m 40s 4h 55m Beginner Updated Jan 24, 2014

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Importing rendered media back in Premiere Pro provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Patrick Inhofer as part of the Up and Running with SpeedGrade CC

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