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    Adobie Premier 2,0

    Aloha

    How do I remove an entire project? Either because I dont like the direction I went and want to start over or need to remove project from drive for more drive space.

    Eric

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    Did you create a folder for the project when you started?
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    Doesn't a folder get created automatically? I seem to have copies, or parts of copies being stored in several places. I would like to learn how to simplify scratching a hole prokect and or moving everything to an external drive when not working on a project.

    I am reasonably competent on the computer but Adobe makes me feel like an idiot, but I believe when I learn what I am doing I can edit much like I did with film without the glue or tape.

    Mahalo
    Eric

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    When you start a new project you have the option to create a folder to put the project in, if you don't create/choose one then it puts everything in the default locations. That can be harder to clean up. Easiest way is to start putting everything in a new folder for every project, then when you are done you just need to remove the entire folder.

    This might help some with your current issue
    http://www.adobeforums.com/webx/.3c055fa7/1
    Last edited by Chuck Engels; 5th Mar 2008 at 21:27.
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    Yeah i would think (with my limited use of premier) that you could erase the file folder (move to the recycle bin, then delete from there
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    Mahalo and More

    Mahalo Chuck, about the folders.

    Now the next question, I am working on a video that has two scenes with exposure problem one dark about 1 F stop and one just a little light. Been studying the manual but something isn't clicking.

    Mahalo=Thanks
    Eric

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    Premiere has the best Shadow/Highlight effect in the business, give it a try
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    Premiere has the best Shadow/Highlight effect in the business, give it a try
    You are confirming what I suspected from doing similar adjustments for stills. Some how when I read Adobe's manual I feel I am reading Greek. The book just doesn't make sense.

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    That's why people like me end up writing actual user guides that anyone can understand and use
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    Or the other option is just trial and error until something starts working
    I agree though, the manuals can be terrible. You just gotta have a play.

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