Try importing the old project into a new one.
Have you had any success yet using this team stuff?
thanks I will try this. I haven't actually used the Teams feature yet, I was checking before I subscribed.
I haven't actually used the Teams feature yet, I was checking before I subscribed.
My advice: don't subscribe.
The reason is that no one has EVER posted in this forum stating that they have had success using Teams. There have been a grand total of two postings on the topic of Teams, I think. This is a pretty good indicator that VERY few people use it.
Why not use it if it sounds so cool to use? The Adobe Marketing Department has a nasty habit of overstating its software's actual real-world functioning and capabilities. Yeah, that's a charitable way to put it. To put it plainly, it just doesn't work as promised.
In other words: if you and your colleagues want to go out on a limb with Teams, knock yourselves out. Make sure you have very good IT folks and software bug diagnosticians. If you don't, Caveat Emptor.
Premiere for Teams is still a BETA product, with a specific forum https://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere/teamprojects so of course THIS forum won't have many Team messages
Team links https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2234035
I have posted the question there.