I was going through files on my system the other day when in my documents inside an Adobe folder I found a PPro project with a bunch of stock video and music. Some of it is watermarked and some of it is not. The name of the project is Going Home. Does anyone know anything about this project? Specifically I am looking for information on the license of the music in it. I have reached out the Adobe social media support team but without a video tutorial link for them to see they couldn't help. The song would work great in a project I have coming up and just want to know what the origination of it is and if it's royalty-free or not.
The file has since been removed. Is there any way to get access to these files? I too found this when I rebuilt my hard drive after it failed. Let me know. I have CC 2020 and do not have those files available when I re-installed CC on my new hard drive.
I'm not sure how we're supposed to have any details about your project.
I'm not sure either. Adobe support referred me to the forums. I'm just truly at a loss for understanding how no one at Adobe can answer this.
Because it's your project. How could anyone but you answer those questions?
No it is not. The project is a tutorial project that Adobe included with a version of PPro CC. The stock video, music and sound effects and voice over were all part of the programs download. The link I provided is where someone else took the already built timeline in the tutorial and posted it to YouTube. So, this is not my project at all. This is Adobe tutorial files.
If its an Adobe project you can assume you cannot use the files beyond this project.
Right, I know that. I'm willing to license it myself but no one at Adobe seems to know where the origination is from.
Kris: If you are referring to the audio file APM_Adobe_Going Home_v3.wav, the answer is yes, you may reuse that audio file. The Going Home sample project is installed with the Premiere Pro CC (November 2016) release. The music is an original composition that you may use in other projects if you wish. Hope this helps.
Thank you for the response. That is very helpful.
I love a happy ending.
Is the footage is also available for reuse? or is it necessary to license it?
Amcalime: Thanks for asking. The footage is intended for use by people learning to use (or teaching) Premiere Pro. You can create whatever practice project you want (non-commercial or travel related would be the most appropriate). Please note that the footage is only 640p so it's not very high-res. I can put you in touch with the filmmaker if you wish to license higher-quality footage.
Good evening. Can you put me in touch with the filmmaker of the Going Home project so that I can get the footage with a quality higher than 360p?
No high resolution available.
In case any of you are looking for all the files for this tutorial, they are located here:
I cannot believe someone from Adobe didn't post this link A LONG time ago.
Glad I could help...happy editing.