Projects are the basic containers for sets of images in DF Studio. Moving assets from one Project to another existing Project can be accomplished in a few steps. (To move assets to a new Project, see Move Images to a New Project.)
When assets are moved to another Project, Edits and Select levels are automatically moved with them in most cases. See Migrate Edits and Selects for steps to migrate Messenger-based Edits, or multiple Edits with matching names.
The fastest way to move assets between Projects is using the quick-access buttons from the Navigational Sidebar to the left of the DF Studio workspace.
1. Make sure the desired destination Project appears in the Recent or Bookmarks section by visiting it or bookmarking it. (For more information see Manage Navigational Shortcuts.)
2. Locate and select the asset or assets that will be moving to the destination Project.
3. Click the “Move to Project” button alongside the Project name in the Recent or Bookmarks list.
For more information, see Use Quick-Access Buttons to Organize Assets Instantly.
Moving assets will move the images to the destination Project, not place a copy in both Projects. To create duplicate images, files must be re-uploaded into the destination Project.
Move Assets Using the Bin
For a more deliberate, step-by-step process which uses the Bin to gather and review assets before completing the relocation to another Project, see Move Assets Using the Bin.