Using Project Bins to Organize your Media

Using Project Bins to Organize your Media

By Maliek Whitaker

This tutorial shows you how to use project bins to import and organize your media assets. The feature makes it easy to bring only the files you need into one location. There is no need to enable Watchfolders when the project bin feature is being used. The tool will add a professional workflow to the editing process. This video has all the tips to help you learn how to use project bins, including:

  • how to find and access the Project Bins
  • how to create new project bins for your new movies
  • how to add audio, video, photo and other media assets to a project bin

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