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Sending Premiere Rush project to another user

New Here ,
Jan 10, 2023 Jan 10, 2023

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Rush seems like the perfect tool for collaboration. One person captures content and creates the basic sequence then sends it off to a veteran editor to finalize in Premiere Pro.... EXCEPT... you can't send projects to other users! Am I missing something? This seems to be one of the most useful applications of this app. 

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Adobe Employee ,
Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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Sorry, Leo. It's a popular request that has not been implemented yet. My advice is to check out Premiere Pro, where collaboration tools are plentiful. You can start with a Rush project, get it in rough cut form, then move it to Premiere Pro, where you can begin collaborating with others. That is my current workflow, which is working fine for my side projects. Let me know if that would be feasible for now.

 

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New Here ,
Jan 11, 2023 Jan 11, 2023

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Thanks for the reply Kevin, I'll keep exploring the workflow options until that feature comes to life. I am part of a large team and only a few of us have Premiere licenses. My hope is to teach the rest of the team Rush, which is perfect for non editors, so they can creat rough storyboards for me. Unfortunely, without a Premiere license they won't be able to open the Rush project in Premiere to then collaborate. Even if they did have Premiere, it would be a bit overwhelming for them. Fingers crossed for Rush sharing to other users! Thanks again!

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Feb 13, 2023 Feb 13, 2023

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Kevin- Thank you for acknowldging that this is a popular request. I got three email last week alone from people in m company asking for this. Premiere Pro is too processor heavy for the machines that basic users have and if anything the last three years has taught us is that remote collaboration is not a luxury anymore for the average user(non video professionals). Adobe seeems to have stopped listening to users needs and only to the Marketing Department. Every "survey" I get from Adobe is around marketing and never about how do you use the software. All the shiny AI is nice but functionality and collaboration in 2023 is more important. (sorry for the soapbox). 

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