I believe these things are stored in the media files, not the project file. So you'd have to push those changed media files as well as the project for this to work.
No its not stored in the media files (P2). The markers are actually stored in the .prproj files (Premiere Project file). I know this because other markers for a different project can be displayed correctly in Premiere by my work mate. We share the same set of media files (P2) on our hard drives. I add markers to my project in Prelude, export it to Premiere and save the project in a .prproj file. I then send the .prproj to my friend and she can open the project with my new markers on her computer with her harddrive own. Id did it yestersday for another sequence and it worked. I just dont understand why it doesnt work for the other project that I created before, its not because of a faulty project file either becuase I just recreated the .prproj file from a saved .plproj (Prelude project file) on my computer and send it to her as .prproj. It works on my computer but not on hers.
What is wrong?
OK, I found the error:
For some reason I made duplicates of two important clips sometime in the past. I forgot about it and put markers on the duplicate clips, instead of the original ones with same content (but different names). That way I had two versions of the files on my hard drive with markers on the wrong ones. It worked for me, because whenever I played back the clips in my project, I could see the markers correctly in the time line. When my work mate opened the same project file on her system, she would have the markers in the project file but they were pointing to the duplicate files on my hard drive, not to the original ones on hers. That way it only looked like as if we had the same set of files when in fact we didnt. I hope thats understandable.
Glad that you found the cause of the problem, and thanks for reporting on it, as that will likely help others, with the same issue.
I hope thats understandable.
It is, but it only confirms that marker data is stored in the media, as I recall reading from other users.