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José Luis Martínez DíazRecursive relinking when conforming in Premiere Pro
by on May 4, 2012 at 7:54:24 pm

Hi,

I'm trying to relink an AVID EDL into Premiere. Things seem to work, but when I select all offline clips and try to relink, premiere ask me for the location of EVERY clip. This is a RED timeline, so all R3D files are exactly in the same location AVID used, with the same folder structure.

Is there any way to make premiere look for all the missing files from a top directory, all the way down? (ptryyy much like how davinci works) It seem impossible to relink a feature if I have to manually tell premiere the exact location of every other file...

Cheers,

Jose


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John-Michael Seng-WheelerRe: Recursive relinking when conforming in Premiere Pro
by on May 10, 2012 at 4:14:12 am

[José Luis Martínez Díaz] "Is there any way to make premiere look for all the missing files from a top directory, all the way down?"

You'd think...... but no. Premiere is kinda stupid when it comes to relinking like this. It's good at finding stuff when you move files around that are already in a project, but in your case, there's nothing you can do but relink them all manually.

CS6 may have fixed this. I hope so.. it's kinda silly how weak the relinking features of Premiere are.


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