What version of Premiere Elements are you working with and on what computer operating system is it running?
If Windows, you have 2 possibilities for transferring edited clips from one project to another.
a. Do a Copy/Paste insert with ClipMate in conjunction with Premiere Elements.
b. Export your edited Timeline content to a file saved to the computer hard drive and then import
that export into the second project which has the appropriate project settings. You can do select export
of the Timeline content, using the setting of the gray tabs of the Work Area Bar in the Edit workspace and making sure you
have a check mark next to "Share Work Area Bar Only" option in the export settings.
If Mac, then only b since, ClipMate is a Windows Only program.
The answers are in the details. So, please supply more details so that I can fine tune (customize) your reply.
Excellent and detailed explanation!! Thank you.
I just wonder why this simple and eye-opening guidance is not integrated into the basic guidance offered in Premiere Elements 12 itself.
I appreciate your time and effort.
Thanks for the kind words. Glad for the opportunity to be of assistance.
Please let us know if you have any further questions or need clarification of any of your Premiere Elements workflows.
Does ClipMate work with Premiere Elements 13?
Does option b. work similarly in PE 13? It would be nice to just select a clip (even in Quick mode) and export it...
Option b mentioned in post numbered 1 should work in Premiere Elements 13.
I have not test Premiere Elements 13 in conjunction with ClipMate. I will do that today and report back.
Just in case mention, ClipMate is a Windows Only program.
To be continued....
Just got finished looking at Premiere Elements 13 in Windows 7 64 bit.
It works the same as it does in version 11 and 12 and as described in the following
Again, the 11, 12, and 13 transitions seem to be the only components that are not surviving the copy/paste insert process.
Of note, for the 11, 12, and 13 components that do get through the copy/paste insert, the paste insert project ends up
with the Narration on Video 2 and the Soundtrack on Video 3. Details in blog cited.
I have updated all my blog posts involved to reflect today's findings for 13 in conjunction with ClipMate.
Any questions, please let me know while I still have ClipMate installed.
Thank you. I will try these techniques out and report back. It may be a few days before I get to it...