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    1 comment  ·  Premiere Pro » Projects  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Marion Autokroma commented  · 

    Hi Alex, this is a known bug of the actual Project Manager.
    As a workaround, you can delete copies of your original files and keep only one, then relinked all subclip project items to the only one left.
    But this solution can be really long in your case with 100 clips from the same file.

    An alternative solution is to use a plugin called PlumePack (https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack), it works almost the same than the project manager but with less bugs like this one and with also a a Trimming feature with handles! This feature will remove the unused data of your media without re-encoding the file compared to Project Manager: your files keep their codec and exact quality.
    This should solve your issue with subclip duplicated.

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    Marion Autokroma commented  · 

    There is a plugin called PlumePack for "Collect & Copy" a project, it does the same job than the project manager but without bugs and it supports more Premiere Pro elements.
    There is not this problem with several cuts in the source monitor.

    You can can also trim your files: the unused frames in your timeline(s) are removed from the footage while keeping the same codec and quality!

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    Marion Autokroma commented  · 

    If you are looking to an alternative you could give a try to PlumePack (https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack).

    It's similar to the Project Manager with less bugs and it's using Premiere Pro bins structure for the consolidated output folder.

    There is also a Trimming feature! This feature will remove the unused data of your media without re-encoding the files : your files keep their codec and exact quality. It works with BRAW, R3D, ProRes, and others ...

    If you want to test it before buying : you can download it for free and run the analysis. It should give you all the details about what PlumePack would do to your project.

    Best,

    Marion from Autokroma

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    Marion Autokroma commented  · 

    For now Project Manager does not support that feature but there is a non free alternative called PlumePack (https://www.autokroma.com/blog/Introduction-to-PlumePack) which is similar to Project Manager but uses the Premiere Pro project bin structure for the consolidated folder.

    Among the planned features for next month there will be an option to use folder structure on hard drive for the consolidated folder instead of Premiere Pro bins structure.

    It can also trim your media losslessly instead of transcoding them like in Project Manager. This allow you to keep the exact same codec and quality than the original files.
    I hope this can help you!

    Best,

    Marion from Autokroma

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    Marion Autokroma commented  · 

    There is a brand new plugin called PlumePack (https://www.autokroma.com/blog/Introduction-to-PlumePack) which is similar to the Project Manager except that it allows you to trim without re-encoding your files into a new codec.

    For now it works with famous codecs such as BRAW, r3d and ProRes and will soon be extended to H.264.

    Best,

    Marion from Autokroma

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    Marion Autokroma commented  · 

    For now Project Manager doesn't allow you to get file structure as you want.

    There is a non free alternative called PlumePack (https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack) that can solved this issue.
    For now it uses the bin structure in Premiere Pro for the consolidated folder, and it is planned in future release to add another option to use hard drive file structure for the output folder.

    Best,
    Marion from Autokroma

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    10 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Projects  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Marion Autokroma commented  · 

    You can try to collect & copy on the same hard drive your project is, and then copy, paste the generated project and dependencies to your new hard drive. It will perhaps solved this issue.
    And if your new hard drive is a network hard drive this could also explained why it didn't work. Not sure Project Manager works fine on network hard drive...

    There is a non free alternative called PlumePack, that solves some Project Manager bugs and allows you
    to trim losslessly your files: https://www.autokroma.com/PlumePack.
    Best,
    Marion from Autokroma

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