Create Project Programatically?

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Is it possible to to create a project programtically and access the media from AWS S3 storage?

 

  1. Yes, you can create projects programatically: https://github.com/Adobe-CEP/Samples/blob/ff7e2afab20eca144dcad0bb8d893d8b275ad38e/PProPanel/jsx/PPRO/Premiere.jsx#L2687

    PPro (and all of Adobe's video apps) require that media be available, at one of the following locations: 
  • Local path
  • Mapped network drive (Windows)
  • Mounted network volume (Mac)
  • UNC path


If you can get the media from AWS to appear in one of those four ways, then...yes! 🙂

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Create Project Programatically?

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Is it possible to to create a project programtically and access the media from AWS S3 storage?

 

  1. Yes, you can create projects programatically: https://github.com/Adobe-CEP/Samples/blob/ff7e2afab20eca144dcad0bb8d893d8b275ad38e/PProPanel/jsx/PPRO/Premiere.jsx#L2687

    PPro (and all of Adobe's video apps) require that media be available, at one of the following locations: 
  • Local path
  • Mapped network drive (Windows)
  • Mounted network volume (Mac)
  • UNC path


If you can get the media from AWS to appear in one of those four ways, then...yes! 🙂

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Yes, it is possible to use cloud storage under the right setup, but it takes testing and very high-speed high bandwidth internet service. Not often recommended for media, more often used for project files.

 

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Thanks,

 

So it would be best to import files. Do you know if it is possible to do this automatically everytime a file is uploaded to AWS?

 

 

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Yes, you can try CloudBerry Drive and map it to your AWS S3 storage so it will show up as a regular HDD in your computer. But, video files are large and as Neil mentioned you need a very high-speed high bandwidth internet service to get it to "work".

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Great! Thanks.

 

I'll take a look

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  1. Yes, you can create projects programatically: https://github.com/Adobe-CEP/Samples/blob/ff7e2afab20eca144dcad0bb8d893d8b275ad38e/PProPanel/jsx/PPR...

    PPro (and all of Adobe's video apps) require that media be available, at one of the following locations: 
  • Local path
  • Mapped network drive (Windows)
  • Mounted network volume (Mac)
  • UNC path


If you can get the media from AWS to appear in one of those four ways, then...yes! 🙂

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