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FAQ: Resources for collaborative workflows: Productions and Team Projects

Adobe Employee ,
Jan 14, 2019 Jan 14, 2019

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These days, a lot of people are collaborating to create video projects. Collaboration, in general, has always been around in the Adobe video realm. However, Productions (formerly referred to as "Shared Projects") have recently become much more prevalent and complicated, with more and more team members collaborating on these kinds of projects.

 

In the beginning, Premiere Pro was not always well suited for collaborative work, but the application has greatly evolved around sharing projects in recent years. It now has a full complement of collaboration tools. The ability to access multiple projects, tools to help you avoid duplicate media, project locking, team projects, and more have helped people collaborate on video projects more easily, including Hollywood-level feature films like "Gone Girl" and "Deadpool."

 

But which workflow should you choose? Are Team Projects the way to collaborate on a large documentary or feature film, or is a standard "Production" more suited for that task? Short answer: a standard "Production" project using the workflow of a shared project is what you should explore.

 

If a standard project is more suitable for larger production, then what are Team Projects better for?
Short answer: smaller project collaborations that have larger teams.

 

These are great questions that are discussed more in-depth in the following videos, tutorials, and articles.

 

Premiere Pro Collaboration Tutorials

See these video tutorials from Adobe Premiere Pro collaboration experts.

 

Hollywood Workflows: Best Practices in Premiere Pro (NAB Show 2018) | Adobe Creative Cloud


Join Adobe Product/Workflow Specialist in Hollywood, Karl Soulé, as he covers common Hollywood workflows. Learn the importance of how to handle Multicam dailies and second-system sound. 

Hollywood Workflows: Best Practices in Premiere Pro (IBC 2018) | Adobe Creative Cloud

 

In the Adobe booth at IBC Show 2018, Karl Soulé draws from his experience working in Hollywood to share best practices for using Premiere Pro CC on cinematic projects.

Collaborative Workflows for Fiim & Video Using Creative Cloud (IBC 2018)

 

In the Adobe booth at IBC Show 2018, Niels Stevens and Karl Soulé demonstrate collaborative video workflows with Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC using Team Projects.

Shared Projects in Premiere Pro - Everything you need to know | Adobe Creative Cloud

 

Professional post-production expert Karl Soulé walks you through when to use Team Projects vs. Shared Projects (formerly called "Shared Projects") in Premiere Pro Learn how to enable project sharing, and when to use project locking.

 

Webinar: Shared Projects Done Right - With Adobe Premiere Pro and Quantum Xcellis Foundation

 

Join Karl Soulé and Michael Kammes

  • What Project Sharing is and some of its key benefits
  • Shared Project functionality & common workflow issues
 

Adobe Premiere Pro: Everything You Need to Know About Shared Projects

 

This "Done with Dylan" tutorial covers project sharing, project locking, and multiple open projects in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018.

 

By Dylan Osborn

 

 

Premiere Pro Collaboration Articles

See these articles from Adobe Premiere Pro collaboration experts.

 

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Thank you for compiling and sharing this Kevin!

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Though this list is a golden oldie, many of these principles are still in play from "Shared Projects" to what are now called "Productions," please make a note of it!

 

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