What did you need to do in Bridge? Let us know, perhaps we can assist.
Hi Kevin - I just converted from Premiere Elements where I used the Organizer to tag and filter my media clips extensively. It was a very valuable tool and I don't want to lose that functionality with PrPro. According to https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/atv/cs5-cs55-video-tutorials/gs-03-importing-files-in to-adobe-premiere-pro.html, we should be able to launch Bridge directly from PrPro but I also cannot find "Browse in Bridge" in my File menu (after installing Bridge, rebooting, etc.). How can we use Bridge with PrPro?
Okay, looks like I can simply drag and drop files from Bridge to the Project Panel in PrPro? Is that the answer?
There is no Browse in Bridge in Premiere CC any more. Tutorial is for CS5. CS6 was the last version with that feature.
You can drag files from the Bridge into Premiere. But best is the use the Media Browser to avoid issues.
Ann - can I tag and filter my media with keywords just using the Media Browser? That's the functionality from Organizer that I don't want to lose.
You cannot use Organizer with Pr (dont think you can use it with any CC app).
Tagging etc is done in Prelude.
Hi. I'm not using Bridge anymore. I'm used it when I changed from CS5 to CC, but only to ease importing files. I'm working with projects with files that are downloaded to my PC during the edition. But I've now got used to import files from Windows's explorer. Before that, I used Bridge because I can import my files to Premiere with only doing double click. So, when I changed of version, I had been searching the "Browse in Bridge" option, but because this option isn't in Premiere anymore, I can't import files from Bridge with only double click.
Recently I realized that I can drag my files to Premiere's timeline only in CC, so I have now used to import files from Windows's explorer. I can now organize my files from it's download hour and date, and for type of file (so I don't need now to downloading it in different subfolders). It seems that I don't need Bridge anymore, and in fact, I uninstalled Bridge.
But the Premiere's media browser leaves much to be desired. It can be improved. Premiere's browser doesn't have the option to organize and group the files from different aspects, as the creation or modification date, the type of file, and etcetera. I can send a screenshot so you can understand to what I refer:
(The files are grouped by the format, and are organized by it's modification date. If you need more details, you can send more answers ).
I believe that the Premiere's browser can be improved in this form.
You can realize that I speak spanish, so if my english is a little bad, sorry .