What’s new in Team Projects
Save time by inviting collaborators to a team project using groups synced from your organization’s directory instead of typing individual addresses.
Online presence improvements
New features improve real-time team collaboration. See who is online and has a project open, who has shared changes, and who made changes that conflict with what you’re working on.
Better project management
Embed linked projects within a Team Project. You can also import a local Premiere Pro project as a shared project.
View historic versions
See read-only historic versions of Team Projects in order to retrieve assets to add to a current Team Project.
A new asset status badge gives you a visual reminder of unresolved conflicts.
Access to auto-saves
Check when auto-saves of your edits were made. Easily revert to a previous auto-save or create a new team project from an auto-save.
Improved asset status badges alert you when edits are made by team members even before changes are shared. Periodic reminders to share changes keep all team members up to date. And shared versions are now easier to access.
Support for multiple open projects
Open, access, and work on multiple Adobe Premiere Pro projects and team projects simultaneously. Jump between episodes or scenes organized as separate projects, edit and copy portions of one project into another, and more.
Team Projects (Beta) v. 0.2.0
Works with the latest Creative Cloud apps
Team Projects (Beta) is now available through the latest versions of Adobe Premiere Pro, Prelude, After Effects, and Media Encoder.
Support for Dynamic Link
Collaborate better across applications. Adobe Dynamic Link allows files to be shared across After Effects and Premiere Pro without rerendering.
Support for After Effects Motion Graphics templates
Access these easy-to-customize motion graphics templates from anywhere.
Integration with Media Encoder
Output media in a unified way across all Team Project client applications with Adobe Media Encoder.
Visual cues when collaborators are editing
Get an alert when another collaborator is editing the same sequence or asset to minimize conflicts.