Premiere Parking works alongside Marquis’ Worx4 Pro software, which analyses Adobe Premiere Pro CC Projects, identifying all media associated with the project and automatically checks the integrity of the project, identifying and highlighting any missing media and its last known location. For example, important project referenced media held on an erroneously ejected USB drive.
Premiere Parking identifies all the project components and then copies the media to a new location, even if source project media components are spread across multiple directories and across removable, local and shared network drives. Cleverly, Premiere Parking automatically creates a newly updated version of the Premiere project that points to the new media location. Thus, the integrity of the parked project and all its referenced media is assured, making the project inherently portable and shareable.
Use cases include an editor who wants to move projects from a desktop to a laptop system, or externally share a project for example for client delivery. Importantly the editor can be 100% confident there is no missing media in the copied project.
For larger organisations enterprise licensing is available. In such enterprises Premiere Parking ensures a reliable way of writing Adobe Premiere Pro CC projects to enterprise storage, Prproviding a consistent way for many users to successfully interoperate and version Premiere Pro projects whilst ensuring there is no missing project media throughout the production workflow.