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Thu, Dec 7, 2017 2:47 PM

I want to work on same Premier Elements project on my desktop and laptop computers.

I want to work on same Premier Elements project on my desktop and laptop computers. Initially, the tranfer worked, but now the project can't find the media files even when I copy and transfer the entire folder containing the media and project files.  The edits show up on the video time line correctly but not the actual files.  I don't even get a message asking where to locate the files that are missing.  All I get is the multilingual "media pending" screen which doesn't change even after a long wait.

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250 Points

3 years ago

See https://helpx.adobe.com/pl/premiere-elements/using/archiving-projects.html

The Project Archiver copies your project and its media to a folder for further editing or storage. You can use it to prepare an incomplete project for editing on another computer, to collect into one folder copies of media that may be located in several folders or drives, or to trim the media in a completed project down to only the parts you used before saving the project to an archive. The Project Archiver has two options, Archive Project and Copy Project. Since Copy Project does not trim the project, it often results in a folder containing more, and larger, files than does Archive Project.