We have a brand new look! Take a tour with us and explore the latest updates on Adobe Support Community.
Getting the same error using Productions workflow. Any suggestions or insight on this?
How are you accessing the Production?
The Production is on a shared area network. The error message occured after a hard crash within the production.
What settings does this overwrite effect exactly?
Simultaneously what's the best practice for deleteing and re-creating the .prodset file?
Not a staffer of course, so I can't say precisely. I would guesstimate the user who created the production should probably go first if something in it crashed ... but that's a wild outside guess.
Wonder if Team Projects staffer @michaelgoshey might be able to pop in. I think the Productions and TP folk are pretty versed in the both processes.
This can happen if the Production's shared settings were corrupted in some way. The Production's settings are stored in the .prodset file which is located in your production folder. If you production is called "Season 1" you'll see "Season 1.prodset".
It is safe to let Premiere Pro regenerate the file by clicking OK. When you have a production open and go to File > Production Settings, these options here are what is stored in the .prodset file. So if you do have Premiere Pro reset the .prodset file, just check the settings there and make sure to put any settings back how you had them. Most productions don't change any of the defaults there other than perhaps the scratch disk locations.
Okay great thank you.
Does one have to worry about overwriting the .prodset settings while others have the same production open?
Greatly appreciated. Thank you.