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Creating a Slimmed-down Copy of a Premiere Pro Team Project

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Dec 09, 2022 Dec 09, 2022

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Hi folks,

 

We are in the latter stages of an observational feature doc edit using a large Premiere Pro Team Project which is getting very, very sluggish- very long project load times, lots of beach-balling, a very unresponsive interface and lots of freezes and project crashes. We're looking for a way to make the project more responsive. Similar to what we do in AVID we've noticed that if we delete old unused sequences it speeds up the project and improves performance, so we think making a slimmed-down version of the project will help us a lot.

We obviously need to keep all of our media but we've identified lots long sequences that we no longer need in the project. To create a slimmed down version of the project I' proposing to do the following:

 

1. Get everyone's changes synced and stop editing.

2. Convert the Team Project to a regular PP project

3. Delete the sequences, titles and any media we no longer need

4. Convert this slimmed-down version to a Team Project

5. Invite all of the previous collaborators to join the new Team Project

6. Start editing again hopefully now with a much more responsive project

 

Is this the best way to make a slimmed-down version of our project? Does anyone have any suggestions of better ways to do this, from a technical Adobe / Team Projects PoV?

 

Thanks in advance

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Dec 10, 2022 Dec 10, 2022

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Hi DA Hegarty!

 

That is a smart approach. You are correct that projects with excessive amounts of long sequences do increase the amount to sync time (lots of data nodes to compare for deltas in addition to increases in pure data transfers, etc.).

 

I would also recommend you might want to look into Linked Team Projects. This allows your team to organize yourselves in such a way that not only can you reduce sequence counts, but if you also divide up your production into unique smaller Team Projects and link them together back into the main Team Project, you will have easy visibility into these linked Team Projects from your main Team Project everyone uses, but with the added benefit that the main project is also smaller and more nimble. When you need to edit the contents of a Linked Team Project simply double-click to open and do your edits. When done, youc an close it and free up all the memory and other resources normally used to sustain it. This flexibility or organization should produce very positive results for you and your team.

 

Here is a helpful link with steps for creating/using Linked Team Projects: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/create-a-team-project.html#creating-a-linked-team-project 

 

If you'd like to discuss how to work with Linked Team Projects further (or other questions) - please reach out to me at mgoshey@adobe.com. Me and my team would be happy to chat and show you some helpful tips and answer any questions you may have.

 

We are also actively working on many improvements to help improve overall performance and scaleability. Some of those are still in development but will come along soon. 

 

Thanks for reaching out to us here on the forums. Again, we're happy to connect with you and your team live to help out in any way needed.

 

Regards,

Michael Goshey

Sr. Engineering Manager

Adobe Team Projects & Collaborative Solutions 

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