But how you do it depends on which version of the program you're using and on what operating system -- and on the Project Settings that are listed under the Edit menu.
Win 10 (both machines)
Premiere Elements 14
If it is possible can someone please walk me though how to do it (including scooping up all the associated Media files) please?
How you do it depends on the Project Settings that are listed under the Edit menu in your project.
This all sounds quite cryptic Steve. Is there some specific info I can provide you so my query can be addressed fully?
The program has an Edit menu at the top of the screen. Select it and, from that menu, select Project Settings. On the General page you'll find the information I need.
I'm not sure how that's cryptic, but I can't help you with out it.
Go to Export & Share/Devices/Computer and select the resolution 1920x1080 with the format set to M2T-H.264.
I have done the above and what I get is an exported final video, but this was not my question. I asked:
I'm midway through a project (with lots of footage and still associated with it) on my home PC, but am about to head out of country for a few weeks.
Is there any simple way to export the complete project to allow me to work on my laptop whilst travelling please? (Which I could then re-import to my home PC on my return)
Do you know if its possible to do this?
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So you're trying to move your project from one computer to another?
In that case, use the Project Archiver, under the File menu. It will move your project file as well as all of its associated media files from one device to another.
That works thanks.
That allows me to load the project from my home PC onto a laptop for working on whilst travelling, which is a big help.
When I have made edits and returned home is there a protocol to then re-import the edited project back from the laptop on my main PC that will ensure that the original project on the PC will be overwritten with the edited project? (Or is it simply a case of renaming the project and importing it along the existing on on th PC?)
If you just copy the project file (.prel) from one computer to the other and overwrite the old with the new, you should be able to take over where you left off.