Transfer your video editing project to another computer

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To create a functional and self-sufficient video editing project, it is crucial to utilize a portable project, which encompasses all the necessary media files. A portable project is a type of project that bundles all its media files together, serving as a virtual container for them. Traditional projects merely reference the location of each file on the hard drive. Therefore, for such a project to function correctly on another computer, all the required media files must be present and accessible. Fortunately, Movavi Video Editor offers an effortless solution to this challenge through its portable project saving feature. By selecting this option, you can create a comprehensive project without worrying about manually organizing each associated media file. This innovative approach streamlines the video editing process, making it easier than ever before to produce videos on any device.

To begin with, open Movavi Video Editor and choose File from the menu bar at the top of the screen. Next, click Save Portable Project from the drop-down menu. After that, select the destination folder where you want to save your project. Once you have selected the folder, click Save to create a portable version of your project. After creating the portable project, you can transfer it to another computer. This will allow you to easily open and edit the project on any device without having to recreate all of the media files from scratch.

How to append a project

Appending is a versatile technique that enables editors to tackle large-scale projects with ease and efficiency. By breaking them down into smaller, more manageable parts, you can work on each segment independently before integrating them back into the main project, resulting in a seamless and cohesive final product.

To initiate the process of combining multiple projects into one, you can follow these steps:
Step 1. Open or create a new project within Movavi Video Editor. Navigate to the File menu and select Append Project. This will open a new window where you can locate and import another project to merge with your current one.
Step 2. Identify the project you wish to append to your current project by browsing through your computer's file system. Once identified, click on the "Open" button to load the selected project into the new window.
After loading the external project, it will be added after all other clips in the current project.

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