With two full licenses you are OK. With a single license, even if you are allowed to install on two machines, you are not allowed to use them at the same time.
Thanks for your input!
Actually the licenses wont be a problem in this case but I'm rather wondering whether there is a solution that makes this technically possible?
As far as I know, Premiere is not designed for a distributed environment... no render farm, no file sharing... nothing at all
One computer working on one project with local (not networked) files seems to be the rule with Premiere
It seems to me After Effects was able to use render farms. Is there any option there?
About the only thing you can do with Premiere is export out a sequence in the background while you continue working, then bring that back into Premiere and lay it down above the original sequence.
Of course, if you wish to continue working on the same sequence, this won't work.
Background rendering would be a very welcome addition to Premiere. Hell even Encore can do that.