Adobe Premiere Pro Project Support
The iconik panel supports storing the project file in iconik. This can help when sharing a project between different users, or for archiving the project file itself.
The panel has a Project tab. This tab has functionality for management of the project, sequences and the files in used in a 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from the Adobe Application, generally every minute or so and when certain operations are done but sometimes this can be out of date - examples of this are renaming sequences or remove Project Items. We also check to see whether the project file has been uploaded to iconik. To synchronize the iconik Panel:
- Go to the Project Tab
- Click on the gearbox on the top right.
- Choose "Synchronize Project".
It is possible to upload the Premiere Project file (.prproj) to iconik for later use or for sharing. Uploading the project file more than once will replace the existing file. Version support is coming soon for Premiere Projects.
There are two ways to upload a project from the iconik Adobe Panel:
From the search tab
- Click on the gearbox
- Choose option "Upload Project"
- Clicking on this will upload the project.
From the project tab
- Save your project
- Go to the project tab in the iconik Panel
- The current project name will be shown.
- If this is not the first time that you have uploaded the Project, it will ask you to confirm whether you wish to upload a new version
If the upload is successful or the project is already in iconik underneath we show the filename which can be clicked on to take you to the project item in iconik.
From the search page, or the asset page for the project, you can download and import as per any other asset. The difference is Adobe Premiere Pro opens a dialog on how you would like to open the project. Please refer to the Adobe Premiere Pro documentation.
It is also possible to go to the asset's page and click on the Formats tab to get a link to the project that has been uploaded. This will download it to disk, and you can open as per any other file.
When media is missing Adobe Premiere Pro will try and find the media as per normal.
Currently we do not support the above workflow with Adobe Team Projects. Continue to use Adobe Team Projects instead for storing Adobe Premiere Pro Projects.
If you wish to use our project support, convert the Team Project to a normal Premiere Pro Project file and then it can be uploaded.