Almost 16 thousand people tried to find an answer to this. There's a serious gap in UX. I shouldn't be scouring the forums or watching tutorials to be able to perform basic file management. Same reason Lightroom gets so much hate. Awful.
I agree. It is extremely frustrating. I just want to download the project so I can open it in Premiere Pro... I can't find it anywhere although the sync icon is on...
I totally agree, it's a rediculous way to manage a workflow. Not being able to save a file and have visibility to that file, seriously!!!!! Adobe you've totally lost sight of how a workflow functions
I know it's frustrating, but there is no "project file," per se. Project "data," or what you might think of as a project file exists all in Creative Cloud and you cannot readily access that data. If you intend to share or backup this project data, you can file feature requests on Rush here: https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/916423-premiere-rush
If you have any questions, let us know.
I totally agree! I have a very small hard drive and it is getting totally filled up with Rush files. I can't easily locate them to delete them, Rush keeps crashing and the only way to reopen my files is to completely reboot my computer. It is a TERRIBLE forced file management system and I hate it. I just want to be in control of my own files and not be forced to work the way Adobe thinks it should be done! I wonder if this is to try to force me to upgrade and buy into their Cloud storage as I keep getting warnings that my Cloud storage is almost filled up and I need to upgrade (even though I only have a few files synched there).
Adobe, this is unnacceptable. It should NOT be this complicated to export a prioject so you can edit it on a different machine or send it so someone else to edit. C'mon.
Just wondering if anyone has worked out where/how Rush projects live in the file structure, OR EVEN just a work around on how to send a RUSH project to another person?
Ignoring cloud storage for now, from what I can gather Rush doesn't create project files, it creates 2 things (it does a whole bunch more but these are the things that are relevant to my point):
1, A directory that contains all the assets you use in your projects located here C:\Users\%USERNAME%\Creative Cloud Files\Adobe\Assets - this is just the raw assests you added into your projects.
2. Rush then creates a map or instructions to follow that outline what you've done when editing. i.e get the first 10 seconds of AssetA.mp4 then show AssetB.jpg for 2 seconds. Rush doesn't save a new version of AssetA.mp4 that is only 10 seconds long it just writes instrutions.
What I want to know is how to change the directory Rush to save it's copies of assets to.
I would like to know the same thing. My C: drive is a relatively small SSD, and I can't let software store copies of the video file assets on the C: drive, or I will be out of space very quickly.
Same question. I do not wish to store data that I should be able to backup "on the cloud".
I need to be able to manage this locally and *not* on the boot drive (for reasons that should be obvious here).
I see copies (unnecessary) of content files here: C:\Users\%USERNAME%\Creative Cloud Files\Adobe\Assets but nothing else
So, where is all the data and where can it be moved to?
As a work-around, if your assets are resident on an external or "data" drive or whatever, when you create the project and DON'T tick the "Copy Media Files" option, the files are referenced where you got them from, not stored on your local computer/boot drive.
SPECTRE has them.