Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Collaborate on shared video projects

Work simultaneously in shared sequences or compositions within Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, and Adobe Prelude.

Adobe Team Projects (Beta) is a hosted collaboration service that allows video editing teams to work simultaneously on shared sequences and comps across Adobe Creative Cloud video applications. Editors and motion graphic artists can share a team project without fear of overwriting someone else’s efforts. (Team Projects is available only for Creative Cloud for enterprise and Creative Cloud for teams.)

Note: For the very latest updates about Team Projects (Beta), please refer to the documentation: Working simultaneously in shared video projects.

1. Invite collaborators to a new Team Project

After you sign in to your Creative Cloud for enterprise or Creative Cloud for teams account, launch Adobe Premiere Pro. Click New Team Project on the Start screen. Give your team project a name and invite collaborators to work on it by clicking Edit, adding their email addresses to the queue, and clicking Invite. Click OK to close the dialog box.

All collaborators will receive a notification in their Creative Cloud Desktop application, where they can either accept or reject the invitation.

Note: If you are already on a team project and would like to share it with others, choose File > Team Project Settings and add their names. The project creator can add or remove collaborators as necessary.

2. Receive edits  

To receive the latest changes made to the project, click the Get Latest Changes button at the bottom of the Team Project panel.

Note: You can also receive the latest changes by choosing Edit > Team Project > Get Latest Changes.

3. Share edits

After making edits to your team project, click the Share My Changes button at the bottom of the Team Project panel. In the dialog box that appears, you can also add a comment describing what you changed. Click Share.

Note: You can also share your changes by choosing Edit > Team Project > Share My Changes.

4. Resolve editing conflicts

In cases where one user makes a change that conflicts with changes another collaborator makes, click the Resolve Conflicts button. In the Resolve Conflicts dialog box, you can address the problem in one of three ways:

  • Keep your version
  • Take the shared version
  • Copy and rename your version, then take the shared version

You can resolve conflicts individually or in bulk by selecting all assets. Click Resolve to apply your change.

5. Manage media

Media used in your team project remain on your local machine. Share assets with your team using Creative Cloud assets, network shared storage, or an alternate cloud storage option. If you ever experience any missing media, choose Edit > Team Project > Media Management from the main menu to access the media management tool. Here you can find missing assets or correct other media issues. Select one of the missing assets and then click New Media Mapping. Navigate to the location where the assets are stored.

Note: Collaborators on a given team project all need access to the team project’s assets — unless they have their own copies. Otherwise the media will appear offline for them.

6. View previous versions

While you’re in a team project, you can use the History Slider to view previously shared versions of the project. Simply click the History Slider button in the Media Browser panel. Below the button is a timeline of the shared versions, along with comments that collaborators may have made. Double-clicking any clip or sequence in a previous version will open a read-only copy of that asset in the Source panel. If you like a previous version of a sequence and want to bring it into the current version, you can always copy and paste that asset into the current version of your team project.


Note: For the very latest updates about Team Projects (Beta), please refer to the documentation: Working simultaneously in shared video projects.

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