In Mnemonica, Team Members access and manage all the Screening Rooms of a Project and Guests can access, upon invitation, specific Screening Rooms with read-only permissions. Collaborative Rooms close this gap to fulfill the need to manage a particular Screening Room without accessing all the others.
They can be:
The typical use case is where you need to collect files from external parties continuously (e.g., DIT, data managers, VFX, audio people, etc.) but preventing them from accessing the entire project.
How they work
In a Collaborative Room, a Guest has the same power over media as a Team Member. Once invited into the Room in the usual way, a Guest can:
- upload and download media
- copy and move media within the Room
- create, edit and delete Days and Bins
- edit media properties
- edit media notes
It is understood that, in a Collaborative Room, a Guest cannot invite other Guests.
Status and watermark
Due to this Guest empowerment, there's no longer the need to have a Room status; hence a Collaborative Room is always enabled.
For the same reason, Collaborative Rooms don't provide watermarking.