Importing OneDrive files into Premiere Pro

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I have some large video files on OneDrive (around 3-5GB) each. These take a long time to download, so I was wondering if you can access files to OneDrive through Premiere Pro, so that I don't have to download each file, can just import it straight into Premiere Pro from OneDrive

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Importing OneDrive files into Premiere Pro

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I have some large video files on OneDrive (around 3-5GB) each. These take a long time to download, so I was wondering if you can access files to OneDrive through Premiere Pro, so that I don't have to download each file, can just import it straight into Premiere Pro from OneDrive

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Best is to work with local drives.

Use one drive for backups.

 

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>take a long time to download

>import it straight into Premiere Pro from OneDrive

 

Downloading slowly means the files would have the same slowness while trying to edit, if PPro would even be able to access the files from a remote location

 

Have you tried to do that to find out for yourself?

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I'm testing out LucidLink's service for remote collaborations in both Team Projects and Productions mode. Which seems almost magical in some ways. That service moves all file metadata and the first frames immediately, so you can use that as your shared storage and actually work.

 

It does need many gigs of local storage to move files down to your machine that you are currently working with. I don't think OneDrive can duplicate that process.

 

Neil

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