Team Projects is a hosted collaboration service for Creative Cloud for team and enterprise users. Team Projects allows editors and motion graphics artists to work simultaneously in shared team projects within Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, and Adobe Prelude CC.
The April 2018 and October 2017 releases of Team Projects (versions 1.x) roll out exciting new features. Read on for a quick introduction to these new features and enhancements.
To use Team Projects service, ensure that you have a Creative Cloud license for team or enterprise All Apps, Premiere Pro, or After Effects plan.
This release of Team Projects offers general stability of the product and bug fixes. For a list of fixed issues in this release, refer to List of bug fixes in Team Projects.
As a motion graphics artist, you would want to know who else is working in the same team project to start a communication and coordinate work. With this release of Team Projects, you can view a list of other collaborators on your project with their online or offline status badge.
You can also view the collaborator who shared changes for an asset and identify the collaborator who has conflicts with your project. For more information, see Collaborate with Team Projects.
As an editor or motion graphics artist, you can manage your projects effectively by linking one team project to the other. For example, instead of opening one large team project to edit, it is convenient to open a smaller linked team project, that only contains the relevant assets for a specific segment. For more information, see Create a Team Project.
When you copy local media into shared storage, if it takes long time to transfer, you would want to cancel some of the waiting items. Now, you can quickly remove the waiting transfer items from the progress panel.
To remove the assets waiting to be transferred, click the hamburger icon next to Progress menu and select Remove Waiting Items from the drop-down list.
When multiple collaborators simultaneously work on a team project, it is possible that some of the edited assets conflict with the changes you recently shared. And, when you choose to defer resolution of conflicts, it is possible that you would forget to resolve them later. Now, a reminder appears in assets status badge indicating that you have an unresolved conflict on the asset. For more information, see Share and manage changes with Team Project collaborators.
For a list of known issues in this release, refer to Known issues in Team Projects.
This feature allows you to check when you auto-saved your edits, revert to a previous auto-save, or create a Team Project from an auto-save. For more information, see Share and manage changes with Team Project collaborators.
You can open, access, and work on multiple Premiere Pro projects and Team Projects simultaneously. You can jump between episodes or scenes organized as separate projects, edit and copy portions of one project into another, and more. For more information, see Working with shared projects.
Use the improved asset status badges to alert you when team members edit projects even before they share the changes. Periodic reminders to share your changes ensure that all team members are in sync. For more information, see Share and manage changes with Team Project collaborators.