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New Hard Disk old file path - Premiere 6.0

New Hard Disk old file path - Premiere 6.0

New Hard Disk old file path - Premiere 6.0

I have added a new hard disk to my PC and have moved all my footage over to the new hard disk G:. As a result the project is still looking in the old drive D: and wants me to locate each clip, is there a way of quickly doing this for all projects? I have seen there is a project manager in Premiere Pro that allows this but I can't find the equivalent in Premiere 6.0

Any tips would be appreciated!

RE: New Hard Disk old file path - Premiere 6.0

Inside Premiere, you can only update projects to a new path one project and one folder at a time - once you have located one file in a folder, Premiere should automatically find the rest.  Then, when you have re-located all the footage, saving the project will fix the new locations for the future.

Good reason, and there are lots of others, for keeping your projects in discrete folders.

Alternatively, if you have the skills, it might be possible to cheat by modifying the project file directly.

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