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I am afraid you cannot import another project in premiere elements while working on a project.
Although you can export from a project as a video file and import that video file into another project.
OK. Thank you.
I hoped that a mean existed without necessity of output of each sub-project.
But obvioulsy it doe'nt.
Many users have found that they could Copy/Paste Timeline content from one Project, to another, by using a Clipboard Extender, such as ClipMate.
It has worked perfectly for many versions of PrE, but seems to be loosing Transitions in the latest. What version of PrE are you running, and on which OS version?
Thank you Bill.
I'm using the Premiere Elements 12.0
Please review the Copy/Paste Insert between Premiere Elements projects, using ClipMate in conjunction with Premiere Elements.
This technique is described in detail in my blog post
ClipMate and Premiere Elements 11 or 12 behave the same.
Please do not hesitate to ask questions or ask for clarification on anything written.
Thank you ATR.
I tried it and it works
May I ask anorher question :
What is the best/simplest way to delete a project.
I couldn't find this in Adobe Premiere user guide.
Thanks for the good news that the Copy/Paste Insert described worked for you. Great job.
About deleting a project....
The easiest way is to set up a system for project deletion beforehand. In this plan, you create a folder for each project and then direct the new project dialog Save In: and Edit Menu/Preferences/Scratch Disc locations to Same As Project.
So, you would need to assure that the new project dialog Save In: was directed to that project's specific folder.
For new project dialog in version 12, please see File Menu/New/Project.
Please let us know if that works for you. The alternative is not planning ahead and then deleting a named project and all its associated files from several folders.
Thanks for the follow up.