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Aaron LeniusHow to find missing footage and elements in Premiere
by on Dec 30, 2015 at 5:35:57 pm

In Adobe After Effects you can type "mis" in the search box and it will find all the missing items in a project. Meaning it will show you the missing items, not necessarily relocate them, but you will know what you need to go locate.

Is there a way to do a similar thing in Abobe Premiere? I know when you open a project it will prompt you with what is missing. But let's say someone else opened it, offlined several items and then saved the Project. Now I open it and things are missing but Premiere doesn't tell me what's missing because someone else said it was ok to offline those items. Now I want to do a search of the project to see what's missing. Is that possible?


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Alex UdellRe: How to find missing footage and elements in Premiere
by on Dec 30, 2015 at 5:58:03 pm

there is a column in the project panel called "status"


so if you search "offline"

this should sift to material that's disconnected...

hth,

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