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I have 2 clips in one of my graphics in Premiere, as shown in the screenshot below. How can I change the image used in a clip?

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The question seems simple but I've been looking for a solution for over 15 minutes without any success except for swapping the underlying file via Windows Explorer, but I feel there must be a way to do it in Premiere.

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When you add an image to Essential Graphics, I think it is also added as an item in your Project. If you can find the item in your Project window, you can replace it by right clicking on it and choosing Replace Footage.

Annoyingly, there doesn't seem to be a "Reveal In Project" option when you right click on an item in the Essential Graphics --> Edit pane, like there is when you click on a clip in a sequence.

If you are working with After Effects graphics templates, I'm not sure the individual items are added to your Project window, as I think those are designed to only be adjusted in After Effects.


Screenshot showing the "Replace Footage" option in Project window -> Select the image one wishes to change -> Right click on it:

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    Thanks! "Annoyingly, there doesn't seem to be a "Reveal In Project" option when you right click on an item in the Essential Graphics --> Edit pane, like there is when you click on a clip in a sequence." indeed, the Reveal In Project option is greyed out there. No idea why. Commented Feb 7, 2023 at 1:22
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    Essential Graphics is pretty new - maybe they just haven't got around to it yet?
    – tomh
    Commented Feb 7, 2023 at 9:52
  • Interesting, how did people use to add text before that Essential Graphics were introduced? Commented Feb 7, 2023 at 10:00

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