If you are using project locking, it is possible due to a crashed system that a project reads as locked even if it is not in use. How do you unlock it so others can work on it? In this video, author Richard Harrington walks you through the steps you need to go through to unlock the project in the new Adobe Premiere Pro 2017.
- If you're using project locking,…it's possible due to a crashed system…or other behaviors by a particular editor…that you might have a file become orphaned,…where a project reads as locked…even though it's not currently in use.…There are a few steps you can take to get around this.…First up, the locked file is essentially a text file…that's written next to the project file on the disk.…This text file will have a version number of the project,…since the projects likely go through revisions.…
It'll also have a username next to it…who currently holds the lock on the project.…Remember, this username can be the CC profile name…or the user editable name that they…put in their preferences.…And it has the deviceID of the machine that was used.…Now it's considered owned if the username…and the deviceID are matched to the machine…that Premier Pro is currently running on,…so usually the locked file here…will be different depending upon different users…or different machines.…
Now what happens here is it's possible that the locked…
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Q. This course was updated 05/2017. What changed?
A. The following topics received additions or updates: workflow improvements, publishing to Adobe Stock, MacBook Touch Bar support, working with After Effects motion graphics templates in Premiere Pro, using the new titler, and performance improvements for AAF, XAVC 4K, scaling, and VR.