Working Remotely? Adobe Offers Team Projects to Premiere Pro and After Effects Users with a Creative Cloud Individual License Through August 17, 2020
Stay productive with Adobe Team Project’s remote collaboration.
In an effort to support our community as they adjust to working remotely, we are pleased to extend the availability of Adobe’s Team Projects video collaboration capabilities to Premiere Pro and After Effects users with a Creative Cloud for individual license — available in today’s release of Premiere Pro and After Effects, this offer will be available until August 17, 2020, at no additional cost. Prior to today’s announcement, Team Projects was available with a Creative Cloud for teams or enterprise license.
Team Projects is a cloud-hosted collaboration service that allows editors and motion graphics artists to work within Premiere Pro and After Effects. With Team Projects, colleagues can collaborate on video projects from anywhere by syncing changes through the cloud. All you need to do is connect to the Team Projects service and create a team project in Adobe Premiere Pro or After Effects.
Project files are stored and saved in Creative Cloud, so you can revert and sync project files across multiple workstations. Teams can see who’s online and resolve editing conflicts in real-time. It’s like working in the same editing room from hundreds of miles away.
Who is eligible?
Team Projects collaboration is extended to anyone with a Creative Cloud for Individuals license for Premiere Pro, After Effects, or all apps.
How do I get started with Team Projects?
As an individual license holder, you will need the latest version of Premiere Pro or After Effects to enable Team Projects collaboration. You can download the latest version of Premiere Pro here and After Effects here.
Enable collaboration by following the steps here.
Download the Adobe Premiere Pro – Team Projects Guide for step-by-step instructions.
Where do I learn more about Team Projects?
Here are some more helpful links to help you learn more about working with Team Projects to deliver world-class creative projects:
Getting Started with Team Projects
Create a Team Project
Collaborate with Team Projects
Share and manage changes with Team Project Collaborators
Add and manage media in Team Projects
Visit the Team Projects Community
Do I need to update to the latest version of Premiere Pro?
To access the Team Projects collaboration capabilities in Premiere Pro as an individual license holder, you will need the latest version of Premiere Pro, which you can download here.
Do I need to update to the latest version of After Effects?
To access the Team Projects collaboration capabilities in After Effects as an individual license holder, you will need the latest version of After Effects, which you can download here.
Will I be able to use Team Projects collaboration in other Adobe apps?
Team Projects collaboration is available in the most recent version of Premiere Pro and After Effects.
How can I continue using Team Projects when the offer is over?
After August 17, 2020, you can retain access to your Team Projects and continue to use collaboration services by upgrading to Creative Cloud for Teams or Enterprise here.
What if I don’t want to (or am not able to) upgrade to a Teams license after Aug. 17?
In order to retain your project and continue working on it without access to Team Projects, you can convert your team project to a local project file.
Do I need a Creative Cloud All Apps membership to have access to Team Projects?
No, you do not need a Creative Cloud All Apps membership to access Team Projects’ collaboration services. Team Projects’ collaboration services are available to all Premiere Pro and After Effects individual license holders who have access to the latest versions.
What is the difference between Team Projects and Productions?
Launched on April 14, Productions in Premiere Pro is designed for multi- project workflows and on-premise collaboration using shared local storage. Team Projects is built for remote collaboration. Assets can be stored locally with individual users; project files are stored in Creative Cloud. Please note: The two toolsets are distinct and currently cannot be combined. See this blog post for more information on Productions.