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ProPresenter Tutorials: Organizing media with hot folders

Is there a place that you tend to store media on your computer’s hard drive? What if you could have ProPresenter look there and import that media automatically whenever new stuff is added and remove it when it’s taken away?

Good news. You can. It’s called a hot folder and it’s a great way to keep media organized. Another great way is to have ProPresenter manage your media automatically. This is a simple check box in the preferences that allows ProPresenter to move media you import to a single folder, so that you can find it no matter what.

Pretty cool, huh?! Watch the video to see exactly how to do it.

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