Adobe talks Adobe Productions, Beta Programs and Workflow Guides
An interview with Adobe's Karl Soule.
The new Productions panel offers a Google Drive-like experience so creatives can share assets easier. Multiple editors can work on the same project using local or shared storage, and it’ll all show up on a file system inside Premiere. You don’t need an internet connection for it to work.
Productions shows up as a panel inside Premiere, giving you a bird’s-eye view of all the projects you have access to and who is working on each portion of the project. Icons indicate what type of access you have to a project. For example, if you see a red lock icon, it means someone has “locked” that project so you can’t work on it, or if you see a green pen icon next to a project, it means you can edit the project.
The new Production panel in Premiere Pro provides a command center for managing multi- project workflows. Any projects you add to the Productions folder become part of the production. Whether you are working on macOS or Windows, any changes you make on disk are reflected in Premiere Pro; changes in Premiere Pro are applied on disk. Productions keeps everything in sync.
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