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Your BulletProof workflow always starts with a BulletProof project, which is called a “catalog.” Each Catalog exists as a project file on your hard drive, in the .RGCAT file format, which you can read about here. To learn about importing clips in your catalog, go here.
|To create a new catalog, go to File> New Catalog, or click Command-N.
Only one catalog can be open at a time. When a new catalog is created, if a existing catalog is already open, then BulletProof will close it.
Is this your first time? If you are using BulletProof for the first time on your computer, when you open the application, you will initially see a New Catalog dialog that asks you to create a catalog. Then BulletProof will launch with an empty catalog that is ready for an import.
Already used the app? If you used BulletProof previously on your computer,
In the New Catalog dialog, you are asked to make a few simple decisions. The catalog file and source clips are saved to different folders by default, but you can choose your own locations here.
Create Catalog. When you click this button, bam! You are inside the new catalog that you’ve created. It is empty initially, but you can add content quickly.
Cancel. If you decide not to create a catalog, click this button to exit the New Catalog dialog.
Quit App. If BulletProof can't detect another catalog on your computer, then canceling the catalog will quit the application. This is because BulletProof can't operate without an open catalog. Typically, you will only see the Quit App button when you use BulletProof for the first time on a computer.
Open a Catalog. Use this button if you decide to work with an existing catalog instead of creating a new one.
Hide/Show Help. Click this button to open the left side of the New Catalog dialog, and read the 1-2-3 steps.