I'm a newe user of Premiere Elements. I want to transfer a project with all elements to another folder.
The function Archieve works not so good because the folder name is given by Premiere Elements. I want to give the name myself. Have anyone of you an answer to my problem?
An other way is to determine the folder-name by myself and then to start the programm. Is there a function in the menü to look for the project-element's places? I mean an automatic function wich search the projekt-elements automatically?
I hope you will understand me because my English is not so good.
To the support: Why can there be a function in the program to determine the folder with a new place and new folder-name? This would be help... Thanks.
Consider the following and let us know if this works for you.
In your project, go to File Menu/Save As, and put your own choice for File Name and set the Save In location. With the project still opened, go to File Menu/Project Archiver and its Copy Project option, and use it to save a copy of your project file (.prel) and copies of its source media in a folder
with the name "Copied and the name your gave the project".
Any questions or need clarification on the above, please let me know.
thank you for your answer.
I'm so sorry, but it doesn't work so how I wil that it works.
The folder name is "Copie - <Old Foldername>". What I want is the folder name in this way "<OldFoldername>" on my own subfolder. But it doesn't work, because if I do so, than I must bind all the components of the show again.
Why can the components of the Show not be saved in a relative way (for example Excel)? So I can copy the folder and his subfolders of the show in a new folder and the conjunctions wil be obtained. An other way is to determine the copy-folder-name.
Ok, I have copy the Project. For the future I consider first where I save my project...