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  1. #1 Darn! Some of my files have gone "offline". . . 
    Okay, I know I'm an incompetent noob with CS5.5, but I hit some command and all of my media files from one sequence have gone offline, and I can't for the life of me find any way to get them back. I think I at one time accidentally hit a button that said "edit offline" or something like that, but I can't find any command anywhere that will bring this footage back to me.

    What am I supposed to do?

    Thanks so much for your help.

    Stephen
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    Select all your media and then click Project > Link Media - find one clip, and the rest will link automatically as long as you haven't change source media directory structure.

    cheers,

    JT
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    Yeap, that is the way.

    Quote Originally Posted by John Tissavary View Post
    Select all your media and then click Project > Link Media - find one clip, and the rest will link automatically as long as you haven't change source media directory structure.

    cheers,

    JT
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    Unfortunately, I neither moved any files (at all) nor is "project>link media" even a valid command. It's grayed out completely. I do seem to remember hitting an "work offline" or something button accidentally, but that's it.

    I am on a Mac. Any other thoughts?

    Stephen
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Pruitt View Post
    Unfortunately, I neither moved any files (at all) nor is "project>link media" even a valid command. It's grayed out completely. I do seem to remember hitting an "work offline" or something button accidentally, but that's it.

    I am on a Mac. Any other thoughts?

    Stephen
    can You post a screenshot
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