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Add and manage media in Team Projects

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      2. Using the Reference Monitor
    2. Offline media
      1. Working with offline clips
      2. Creating clips for offline editing
      3. Relinking offline media

Learn how to share and manage media for collaborative editing in Team Projects.

On this page:

Add media

Team Projects consists of metadata and media references that are stored in a database hosted in Adobe Creative Cloud. The media used in your Team Projects can be stored in various locations such as a network shared storage, a local hard drive, or via cloud storage synced to your desktops such as LucidLink, Dropbox, Google Drive, or OneDrive.

Decide where to share your media

Adobe recommends choosing a shared location that is accessible to all team members.

  • Cloud-based file-sharing options are easy to access remotely.
  • Shared storage, such as a NAS, works if everyone can access it remotely. Note that VPN is slow for media access.  
  • An external drive with a copy of the media sent to all collaborators also works.

Import media from that agreed upon shared storage

  1. Choose File > Import or use the Media Browser panel. You can import media from a local drive, a network drive, or a shared cloud storage solution like LucidLinkDropboxGoogle Drive, or OneDrive.

  2. Browse to the folder, select the media you want to add and select Import from the context menu.

    MEDIA BROWSER
    Use the Media Browser panel to browse and import media files.

Each team member accesses the shared media and maps them to the project

Each collaborator on Team Projects must have access to the media. 

You can share these media assets with your team using the following:

  • Creative Cloud documents and network shared storage allow collaborators to access the media, download locally, and map them to the project.
  • Alternate cloud storage options like LucidLinkDropboxGoogle Drive, or OneDrive automatically take care of the media mapping.

Manage media

Relink media in Premiere Pro with Team Projects

If you ever experience missing media, you can use the same relink workflow (Link Media) in Team Projects as you do in the Premiere Pro project. This workflow is a local-only change and isn't treated as an edit to the project, thus eliminating the need to share it with other collaborators.

Use the Link Media option under the Edit menu to relink media in Premiere Pro with Team Projects.

In the background, it works similarly to the Media Management dialog as Team Projects generate the necessary media mapping without impacting media paths in the machines of other collaborators. And since the relink is local only, it prevents one collaborator from accidentally changing the media mappings for the other collaborators.

Media mapping using Media Management

Alternatively, choose Edit > Team Project > Media Management from the main menu to use the media management dialog and map the missing media.

  1. Select Edit > Team Project > Media Management.

  2. Select one of the missing media and select New Media Mapping.

  3. Navigate to the folder location where you have stored the media.

  4. Select the correct media and select Choose.

  5. Repeat the steps for the remaining media in all the different folders.

Bemærk:

If the locally saved mapped media is moved, renamed, or deleted on the device, you can use the Relinking offline media feature. Learn how to work with Relinking offline media feature in Premiere Pro.

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