It's really as simple as just moving all of your photos and videos to your D drive. As long as you use the tools in the Organizer to do the move (rather than Windows Explorer), the Organizer catalog will update to their new location.
Could you explain just how do I use the "tools" in Organizer to do ths?
Also is it the same organizer program for both photoshop and premiere in the elements? I got both in a bundle.
Select the files you want to move in the Media Browser, then select Move from the program's File menu. Then just browse to the location you want to move the files to!
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SG will probably have more to say about his reply, but in the meanwhile you might want to check out Premiere Elements 11/Elements Organizer 11/File Menu/Catalog Manager... and the Custom Location option. I suspect that is what both of you have in mind?
When Photoshop Elements 11 and Premiere Elements 11 are installed on the same computer, they share a common Elements Organizer (catalog) although they can be purchased as standalone products each with its own Elements Organizer (catalog).
Thanks, Tony. But don't confuse catalog location with file location.
The catalog file is merely the data file that lists all of the media files on your computer.
If Ben wants to literally move his photo and video files from one drive to another, he should use the Move option under the File menu.