If you tell it where the first one or two pieces of media are, it usually will automatically find the rest. Are they on an external drive?
What version of Premiere Elements are you using and on what computer operating system is it running?
Use the Project Archiver/Copy Project option of Premiere Elements on computer 1 to obtain a Copied Folder which includes a copy of the project file plus copies of the source media that went into the project.
Transfer the Copied Folder to USB Flash Drive
Use the USB Flash Drive to transfer the Copied Folder to computer 2.
Open the Copied Folder, right click the project file, select Open With Adobe Premiere Elements (appropriate version number)
That project file will trace back to the copies of the source media in the Copied Folder.
When you import media into a project, all you have are copies of the originals. But those copies need to trace back to the originals in the hard drive save location where they were at import into the project.
There is no way
If you tell it where the first one or two pieces of media are, it usually will automatically find the rest
if you do not have the source media on the second computer. If you get into a "Where is the file ......?" situation, you need to use that dialog to make the reconnect between project and its source media...you need to find the file with the exact name as the original import independent of its possibly moved state.
Please review and consider and then let us know the outcome.
Thanks for the tips, I was able to recover the files I needed.
Great news. Great job sorting through the procedures.
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