These are the roles that are needed:

  • Search - all (anything that mentions search!)
  • Can create assets
  • Can write assets
  • Can read assets
  • Can read asset subtitles
  • Can read assets history
  • Can write asset relations
  • Can read asset relations
  • Can delete asset relations
  • Can write versions
  • Can delete versions
  • Can write approval request (if required)
  • Can read approval request
  • Can delete approval request (if required)
  • Can read subscriptions
  • Can read collections
  • Can write collections
  • Can read metadata views
  • Can read metadata values
  • Can write metadata values
  • Can read metadata fields
  • Can write metadata fields
  • Can read metadata categories
  • Can read segments
  • Can read custom actions
  • Can write keyframes
  • Can create transcode jobs
  • Can write formats
  • Can create formats
  • Can read formats
  • Can write files
  • Can read files
  • Can read proxies
  • Can read transfers
  • Can read storages
  • Can reindex assets
  • Can create asset relations
  • Web can view versions
  • Web can upload
  • Can read notifications
  • Can read notification settings

Adobe Premiere Pro Files Management

Existing files that are Adobe Premiere Pro project items can be managed from the Project Tab.

iconik Panel in Adobe Premiere Pro

Synchronizing Project.

The iconik Panel gets information from the Adobe Application, generally every minute or so and when certain operations are done but sometimes this can be out of date - examples of this are renaming sequences or remove Project Items. To synchronize the iconik Panel:

  1. Go to the Project Tab
  2. Click on the gearbox on the top right.
  3. Choose "Synchronize Project".

Project Files

The Project Files tab will show all the files and iconik assets used in the current project.

There is a filter to filter the list down, and you can see whether a file is missing for that Project Item, whether the file is already in iconik and whether it has a proxy.

There is a menu for each Project File:

  • Open in Source Monitor - Will open that Project File in the Source Monitor.
  • Select in Bin - This will find the Project File in the Project Bin.
  • View Asset - If the Project File is an iconik asset this will open the asset page.
  • View in iconik - If the Project File is an iconik asset this will open a web browser to that asset.
  • Upload to iconik - If the Project File is not an iconik asset this will upload the file to iconik and make a new asset of that file.

Bulk operations

There is a number of operations that will operate on all matched Project Items for the project.

  • Get Proxies for all Originals - This will get proxies for all iconik project items that don't have proxies.
  • Reconnect Original Files to all Proxies - This will get originals for proxy only items and associate them.
  • Resolve Missing Originals - If the original file is missing this will attempt to resolve missing originals that have been added via iconik.
  • Resolve Missing Proxies - If the proxy is missing this will attempt to resolve missing proxies that have been added by iconik.
  • Upload All Non-iconik Project Items - Will upload all non-iconik files to iconik.

Because these operations might upload or download files from or to the cloud this might take some time

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