Make it possible to collaborate with colleagues.
I want this feature so that I can:
- Create templates for colleagues and/or students
- Share my projects to a professional editor for further enhancements
- Share project for reviewing and comments
- Collaborate with colleagues or classmates
Lara Wessels commented
Okay, so this idea is from 2018 and still no feedback or roadmap whatsoever ...
This is really strange behavior to paying customers.
Nurul Atiqah NAS commented
We can share the file with different Adobe account. Or save the working file on our cloud file. We can share the file to other account.
Léonor De Chanterac commented
Unbelievable that we cannot export a master file as archive or share it to someone that will continue editing.
Daniel Rosenholm commented
Also make premiere rush projects available to share and open in Premiere Pro.
Just take a look at apple, garageband projects can be shared and opened in logic pro x, imovie projects can be opened in final cut.
Don't sleep on this one Adobe, it's good for you and it's good for us! You will gain more customers in the long run and we get a more powerful and flexible way of being creative and collaborating on all levels.
@Ben Zuidwijk- based on the many great comments, it seems as though this idea has legs and it would be great if a moderator from Adobe would weigh in here to explain if or when there are plans to introduce this functionality. This was something that was alluded to when the product was in Beta and launched. There seem to be quite a few of us who are part of teams where, maybe we can use Premiere Pro, but our colleagues can't and this would be so helpful for collaborating on content.
Robyn M commented
I can't believe that this isn't an option. What on earth is the reasoning? I've created a video but no-one on my team can access with a simple file for future use. Why are we paying a premium for something that is so convoluted?
David Walsh commented
I never thought inability to access a project file would be something I would be commenting on. Like Stephen, we are potentially ready to roll this out to many users in our firm to support a self-service model for basic video editing. It was bad enough discovering I can't provide MOGRTs using After Effects, but instead had to use PP which gives zero control over the UI within rush. So much for locking things down for branding purposes. Also, unable to nest sequences and export as part of the template, so thus I need to create a template of sorts inside Rush. But NOPE, inexplicably Adobe took away the most basic thing: a project file. So I can't share this with anyone. I'm not training novices how to use PP. This solved for that. And then shot itself in the foot with this bizarre limitation. At the very least make it shareable on Creative Cloud!
I can honestly say that we, as an organization are ready to start with at least 30+ seat licenses once this feature is included. It is central to how we need to work. Everything else is bells and whistles and shiny things that Adobe Marketing can wrap its pretty little head around. Function seems to be secondary.
If someone is using Rush, they most likely don't have Premeire Pro and having the ability to pass the project up to someone that does for further enhancements as mentioned in the original post seems to be a no brainer. Everything that post mentioned should have been addressed in 2018 when posted.
Michael Palmer commented
This really needs to be colloborative.
Rosemary Cantrell commented
Agree. I'm confused why in such a collaborative suite of software, that this one is so isolated.
tom tate commented
on my team, the people starting the project in Rush aren't always the people doing the final edit. it would be great if we could share Rush projects with the rest of the team.
Kelly Ohaver commented
It would be very helpful to be able to share Rush projects with colleagues - especially in the remote work environment.
Ben Zuidwijk commented
@Stephen - I am not a moderator, but I am an Adobe employee. I can assure you that the product team watches uservoice and every vote counts.
Has an Adobe moderator weighed in on this yet? This a a huge missing functionality for RUSH that was originally alluded to when released?
Ben Zuidwijk commented
@Paddy Sawant - Just to clarify: when you click not to save in the cloud, the project is only stored on the device where you are working. However, there is not a project file you can select and copy to another device.
This is typical for Adobe's consumer products like Rush, and also the case for Spark projects. The project file is only visible when you 'share with yourself' in Premiere Pro.
What people are asking for here is to 'share with any Premiere Pro user', or even to share with another Rush user.
Paddy Sawant commented
This is so weird... even when I click 'DO NOT LINK' for my Rush Project, it is still saved on the cloud? It has no physical project file on my computer?
Why is it designed like this? Why are the project files scattered across the cloud and the hard drive?
Adobe... Please reconfigure this silly system and make the projects sharable like any other software including Premiere.
McKenna Employee commented
I can't share a Rush video with a colleague across user IDs. This seems like a pretty big drawback to using Rush... When I import into pro, I can save the project to a shared server, but then we can't export back to rush for mobile editing. Seems like there is no way to collaborate on Rush videos? Can this be fixed? Mobile AI has an "invite other users" to edit button...
Hanno Jenkel commented
It is so easy to open my cloud-stored Rush projects in Premiere Pro. So why is it so hard to make the Rush projects also accessible across your Adobe Team?? I just want to open my colleagues videos in Premiere Pro. That's all.
I thought, that's what cloud storage is all about. Simple collaboration.
Chris Carls commented
It's as simple as offering the option of an actual file for us to save, or share, just like every other Adobe program.
My initial frustration came when I built my first Rush video template for a client. I was excited to offer it as I know it would have made it very easy for them to create their own custom videos... only to realize I couldn't share the file with them. I take full credit for assuming, and not looking into it before I put the work in.
Espen Moe commented
I strongly agree with the guy with the same name as I.
Nice definition Espen.
Just do it!
It's what every single Rush user wants.