When you need to create a new project using the same media, It could become tedious having to constantly import video and audio clips into new projects in Filmora9. This can get messy. Especially when you have a lot of clips and a lot of projects. In version 9.2 the latest update to Filmora9, we’ve added a whole new way for you to save time with the shared media library. Let’s check it out. Hey everyone, it’s Elliot from Filmora, here to empower your inner video creator and welcome back to two-minute tips, a series where we teach you an editing tip in two minutes or less. Because your time is valuable. Today, we’re gonna talk about the new shared media library in Filmora 9.2. Don’t have version 9.2? It’s all good. You could download an update by clicking up here or in the description below. Now let’s get started, two minutes on the clock. When you open a project you will see under the media tab that there are four folders: project media, shared media, sample video, and sample colors. When you import media, it will automatically import in the library that is selected or highlighted. If you import media in the project media library, these are videos and audio files that are only for this specific project. So if you save this project and start a brand new one, the new project media library will be empty. If you plan on using the same media in multiple projects like if you’re working on a youtube series or if you have intros or transition clips you use regularly or maybe you just don’t want to keep importing the same media each time you start a new project, import it into the shared media folder. With your content in the share media library, every time you open a project and as long as the media is on the same hard drive, the footage you imported will still be there. There you go. That was a fast tip and now your video editing is even faster if you want more video editing tips and tricks Be sure to subscribe! Until then, keep creating!