For every project you create, Wondershare Filmora for Mac creates a project file (.wfp). This file contains the settings you select for each sequence in the project, as well as editing decisions, effects, and music used in the project.
Filmora project files don't store video, audio, or image files, they store only a reference to these types of media files based on the file names and locations. If you move, rename, or delete a source file, Filmora won't be able to find it automatically the next time you open a project that uses that piece of media. For convenience, Filmora offers you the option of archiving your source files all together with the project.
Follow this tutorial to learn how to:
Launch Filmora and choose “New Project”. You could also click File > New in the menu at the top of your Mac screen to create a new project.
You can set the resolution, frame rate, and aspect ratio of the project by clicking the “Project Settings” button.
There are 3 ways to open an existing Filmora project:
While creating your movie you will want to preview your work frequently to see how your project is progressing.
Press the Play button under the preview window.
Use the Slider under the video preview to select a starting point and click Play.
You can save projects so that you can continue editing them later.
Go File > Save or Save as.
Note: Wondershare Filmora for Mac project files are saved in the *.wfp file format.
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Once you change the location of the source files, rename them, delete them, or disconnect the external drive where they are saved, Filmora will not be able to find them. Instead, you will be shown windows with the locations the files are missing from. Click the magnifying glass icon to relocate the missing files and then press OK to reopen the original project. If the files have been permanently deleted, you can choose other files as replacements.