How to Sort Project Bin Clips by Creation Date in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017

I shot a Coney Island vlog with 2 cameras, the Panasonic Lumix FZ2500 and the GoPro Hero5 Black.

After importing into Adobe Premiere Pro, I wanted to just drag and drop everything onto the timeline.

However, there was a problem. The clips were arranged with the GoPro clips first followed by the Panasonic clips.

I switched between the two cameras during the shoot, so I had to manually rearrange the order during editing, to bring the GoPro clips and the Panasonic clips shot at the same time together.

Is there a way to automatically sort them in the Project Bin based on the clip creation date?

This way, when we select all the clips in the Project Bin and drag them onto the timeline, the GoPro and Panasonic shots will be arranged in the correct order.

After all, this is a vlog, so every shot is created one after another in the correct sequence of the actual event.

Here’s how to do it. A one-time setup is all that is needed.

  1. Inside Premiere Pro, select Assembly workspace.
  2. Select List View in the Project Bin. Sort Bin by Creation Date in Premiere Pro.png
  3. Right-click on the title “Name”.
  4. Click on “Metadata Display…”. Sort Bin by Creation Date in Premiere Pro 2.png
  5. Inside Metadata Display dialog box, open up “Basic” options, select “Creation Date” and click “Ok”. Sort Bin by Creation Date in Premiere Pro 3.png
  6. Go back to the Project Bin, scroll horizontally all the way to the right, click on “Creation Date”. The clips will now be arranged in the order based on the time they were created. Sort Bin by Creation Date in Premiere Pro 4.png
  7. Finally, and happily, select all the clips in the project bin and drag them onto the timeline. Every clip between the Lumix and the action camera will be arranged as they should be in a vlog sequence.

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Adrian Lee
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Panasonic LUMIX FZ2500 Unbox

It’s here! The long awaited camera. The mirrorless camera that shoots video like a video camcorder.

The 3 main reasons I bought the Panasonic Lumix FZ2500 are:
1. 20x zoom lens from 24mm to 480mm,
2. No 30-minute video recording limit and
3. 4K video recording.

After using the camera, for 6 days I discovered 1 more thing I like:
– Stabilization is superb, even when zoomed 20x.

Of course, there are things that could be better:
– Zoom speed slow
– Lens not wide enough, 18mm will be great
– Some unknown auto exposure going on even in manual mode.

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RECORDED ON IPHONE 6 WITH NATIVE CAMERA APP. EDITED ON IPHONE 6 WITH IMOVIE. MUSIC “BIG SCREEN” BY SILENT PARTNER FROM YOUTUBE AUDIO LIBRARY.

What Microphone Do I Use With My iPhone Camera

The only external microphone I use in all my mobile recordings.

Viewers are asking me how I get such clear sound with my iPhone.

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Recorded on iPhone 6 and GoPro Hero5 Black. Edited on MacBook Pro with Adobe Premiere Pro. Music “Inspiring” by PR_MusicProductions.

GoPro Hero5 Black Review: Good Vlogging Camera?

Three reasons the GoPro could be your best vlogging camera.

Yesterday, I VLOGGED with a GoPro for the first time… and I loved it!

In this video, I demonstrate why I enjoyed recording myself with the action camera.

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RECORDED ON IPHONE 6 WITH NATIVE CAMERA APP. EDITED ON IPHONE 6 WITH IMOVIE. MUSIC “TROOPER” BY SILENT PARTNER FROM YOUTUBE AUDIO LIBRARY.

SMOVE Stabilizer Review

In this video, I test and review the SMOVE Smartphone Stabilizer with my iPhone 6.

Watch the side by side comparison of hand-held vs the electronic stabilizer, including walking, running and face tracking.

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Feel free to express your thoughts and questions.

In the previous video, I unboxed the SMOVE live on YouTube.

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In the next video, I explore more about smartphone videography.

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Shot on GoPro Hero5 Black and iPhone 6.
Edited on MacBook Pro with Final Cut Pro.
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Facebook Multi-Camera Live Stream on MacBook Pro with OBS and Blackmagic

Follow me as I unbox and set up the system to perform a multi-camera (two cameras) Facebook live stream using MacBook Pro with OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) and Blackmagic UltraStudio Mini Recorders.

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– 1 Apple MacBook Pro
– OBS Open Broadcaster Software
– Fiber broadband internet connection

There are three processes to set up:
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– Setting up OBS Live Streaming Software
– Setting up Facebook Page Live Stream

*** IMPORTANT NOTE: In the video, there should be one more crucial step. Installing and activating the Blackmagic software.

Feel free to share your thoughts and questions about this Facebook Multi-Camera Live Stream setup.

In the previous lesson, I demonstrated how to use OBS to record both your computer screen and your face,
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See you in the next recording! 🙂

Adrian Lee
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Shot on Sony MC50 and iPhone 6.
Edited on MacBook Pro with Final Cut Pro.
Music “Noir Jazz” by AlexPaul-second.