Where are AE comps when Team project is converted to normal project?

Community Beginner ,
Jun 27, 2019

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I have a team project that contains mostly Premiere Pro timelines but also some AE comps. We have converted the Team Project to a normal project. I now have a .prproj file. I can work fine with it in premiere, and the AE comps still exist. But where are these comps now? I now need to edit them. Is it still using the Team Project data? Or has it created a .aep file somewhere I don't know about?

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Adobe Employee ,
Jul 08, 2019

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Normally, any AE comps should be skipped when you convert a Team Project to a .prproj in Premiere (you would need to open the same Team Project in AE and export as a .aep to create standalone versions of any comps). My best guess is that the comps in the standalone prproj are, in fact, links to the original Team Project. There's no mechanism that I know of for Premiere to create .aep files when converting a Team Project to a .prproj.

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