Premiere Pro Tutorial : Import Media directly

 There are two ways to import media directly into Premiere Pro:

  1. Browse and import media files
  2. Drag and drop media files

To browse and import media files:

  1. Open Premiere Pro and create a new project or open an existing project.
  2. Go to File > Import or press Ctrl + I on Windows or Command + I on macOS.
  3. In the Import dialog box, navigate to the media files you want to import and select them.
  4. Click Open.

The media files will be imported into your project and displayed in the Project panel.

To drag and drop media files:

  1. Open Premiere Pro and create a new project or open an existing project.
  2. Drag and drop the media files you want to import from your computer’s file explorer or Finder window into the Project panel or the Timeline panel.

The media files will be imported into your project and displayed in the Project panel.

Additional tips:

  • You can import multiple media files at the same time by selecting them all and then clicking Open or dragging and dropping them into the Project panel or the Timeline panel.
  • You can also import media files directly from a camera by connecting the camera to your computer and then selecting the media files you want to import in the Import dialog box.
  • If you are importing media files from a camera, you may need to install additional software to be able to import the files. This software is usually provided by the camera manufacturer.
  • Once you have imported your media files, you can start editing them by dragging and dropping them into the Timeline panel.

Importing media directly into Premiere Pro is a quick and easy way to get started with editing your video.

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