After Effects and Premiere Pro CC Team Projects

Team Projects in Premiere Pro and After Effects CC let you work on the same project with multiple team members. You will learn how to create team projects, manage shared files, accept and share project changes, and much more! Software Required: Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC.
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Jul 21, 2017
Duration
1h 5m
Table of contents
Description
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Jul 21, 2017
Duration
1h 5m
Description

Team Projects in Premiere Pro and After Effects CC make editing and building project files with teammates a reality. Because editing can be a busy process, there are failsafes in place to prevent overridden files and progress. In this course, After Effects and Premiere Pro CC Team Projects, you will learn about this exciting way to work on your projects as a team. You will first learn how to create team projects. Next, you'll learn how to manage shared files. Finally you'll learn how to accept and share project changes and much more! By the end of this course, your team can work on the same project and be located anywhere! As long as everyone has access to an Adobe Business Account, realtime team-based workflows can be implemented and shared. Software Required: Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC.

About the author
About the author

Chad Troftgruben is a freelance animator and screencaster who specializes in Animate CC, Moho, After Effects and Premiere. He has been working with Flash since 2002 which resulted in the creation of several cartoons for both entertainment and commercial purposes.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi guys, my name is Chad Troftgruben, and this is After Effects and Premiere Pro CC Team Projects. Team Projects open up a new way to work inside of After Effects in Premiere. By being able to tag team one project with multiple people by adding media, making edits, and adding special effects, you can create a digital environment that thrives off of multiple minds working on one goal. And the good news is your team can be anywhere. Just as long as you have an Adobe business account for everyone to access, real-time teamwork is a possibility. And in this course, I'll go over exactly how you can take advantage of this. We'll talk about creating Team Projects and opening them up and how they differ from regular projects. We'll talk about converting two Team Projects from a regular project, as well as inviting others to collaborate with you. And within that, we'll talk about removing collaborators, accepting invites, and adding a profile image for easier organization. Next, we'll get into the meat of Team Projects, and that's with working with your teammates in real time. We'll talk about importing media and why it's important that everyone has access to that media. We'll touch on the file sharing services for the Adobe Creative Cloud, as well as jump into managing media, sharing and viewing changes, resolving conflicts through edits, as well as working in interrupted connection mode. And in the final module, we'll talk about viewing team history, which can be important to keep track of all the changes. We'll talk about converting Team Projects back to standard projects, as well as archiving, restoring, and deleting projects, working with audio in Audition through Team Projects, and batch exporting Team Projects through Media Encoder. By the time you're done here, you should have a strong understanding of how Team Projects work and the benefit it brings to a team-based environment. I hope you're ready because we're about to get started.

Creating, Opening, and Converting Team Projects
When it comes to learning Team Projects for After Effects and Premiere Pro, we're going to start slow. We'll start with the basics of creating, opening, and converting Team Projects. But more specifically with this module, we're going to start the process of getting our projects ready. And this includes setting up a business Creative Cloud account. You cannot work with Team Projects with just an individual account, and so I'll briefly cover what you need to access the options to create Team Projects. Beyond that, we'll also talk about creating and opening Team Projects since they work a little bit differently compared to regular projects. We'll also cover converting regular projects over the Team Projects. So if you're working on a project and you get to a point where you realize you need help, you can convert that regular project over to a team project, keep them both separate if you want, and then get the benefit of getting help from your teammates. And then there's working with collaborators or teammates. We'll talk about how you can invite them, how you can accept invites, and how you can remove collaborators as well. And then we'll talk about adding a profile image and why that is important when working with Team Projects. You'll find that this works hand in hand with your Creative Cloud account. The image goes beyond Team Projects. It will represent your Adobe profile making the whole process fairly universal. With all that said, we can get started.

Importing Media and Solving Conflicts in Team Projects
In this module, we're going to focus on how you can actually work with your teammates, how you can manage media, submit changes to your teammates, accept changes from other teammates, and resolve editing conflicts. More specifically in this module, we'll talk about importing media and why it's important that everyone has access to the files when working with these Team Projects. We'll also talk about managing media. This can be useful if you have a lot going on and all of your files are spread across different computers and services. Sharing and viewing changes is important, and it's basically what makes the team project system work, so we'll definitely talk about that and how you can see and share changes as the project continues. We'll talk about resolving conflicts. So, if someone saves a file before viewing a change to the file, we can talk about how we go about resolving those conflicts.

Archiving and Exporting Team Projects
In the final module for this course, we're going to take everything a step further, talk about archiving and exporting Team Projects. That way you get the most out of your team-based environment. Drilling down further, we'll talk about viewing team project history. That way you can see all the changes that have been made, by who, and what comments were left as the project continues to be worked on. We'll talk about converting Team Projects to regular projects just in the event that you no longer want to work in the team-based environment. We'll talk about archiving, restoring, and deleting Team Projects. And we'll talk about how you can work with Audition and Media Encoder to enhance your Team Projects further.