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    David commented  · 

    Ok so I could upload individual .mogrt files through the software, but only one by one. And the pack I just bought has 305 of them.

    So this is my personal work around. It seems incredibly stupid, but it works.

    I went on this very useful tool through http://joshcluderay.com/downgrade-premiere-project-converter/. Thank you Josh !

    You downgrade your current project version with this tool, then use creative cloud to install the previous version of Adobe Premiere Pro. Then you reopen the downgraded version of your project in the "new" older version, and the folders are back with everything looking pretty like it used to and most of all, well, workable.

    Hope that helps anyone since - well - it helped me.

    I must say having to do this kind of stuff, with all the anxiety of a deadline and the dead-eye look of the client over your shoulder is maybe something the Adobe team should be concerned about when making new versions... And maybe, if that doesn't sound too much of a task, actually try the software before releasing it. Have yourself some kind of external editor-team looking out for us and try it before it fails.

    And since I'm in Belgium, and this pretty much ruined my Saturday night. I'm going to grab myself a Beer, with a capital B, like Brussels.

    Cheers

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    David commented  · 

    Can't access recently installed .mogrt files in the essential graphics panel. Only captions and titles appear. They seem to be installed correctly since I see my files correctly through the MacOs finder in the essential graphics folder. But no access to them through the software.

    Is that even possible ?

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