At the 2015 IBC Show, Primestream® will unveil an enhanced level of integration between its Xchange™ Suite software platform for asset management and automation with Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC, the acclaimed video editing software for Windows and Mac OS X. Through an intuitive new interface, users can now quickly search the Xchange asset database based on group permissions from within Adobe Premiere Pro CC, select video, audio, still images and captions – then simply import those items into a Premiere Pro project with metadata and markers. When an edited sequence is complete users can export the project, using Adobe Media Encoder, into a finished file with embedded XMP data, ready for distribution.
“Primestream is committed to bringing cutting-edge workflows that solve important problems,” said Claudio Lisman, Primestream president and CEO. “We continue to set the bar high with this latest update to our Premiere Pro integration. The Xchange panel will enable Premiere Pro editors to work collaboratively from anywhere, enabling the world to produce and deliver more creative content.”
“Adobe provides broadcast professionals the tools they need to deliver high-quality productions efficiently,” said Susan Skidmore, Head of Partner Relations, Professional Video at Adobe. “With Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Xchange v4.5, users can produce more substantive content more quickly — a clear advantage when it comes to getting good stories to air before the competition.”
The enhanced integration between Xchange and Adobe Premiere Pro CC will be on display at the 2015 IBC Show at Primestream’s stand (7D21). More information about Primestream products is available at primestream.com.
About Adobe at IBC
Adobe leads in video, from creation to delivery. At IBC 2015, Adobe is showcasing new features, coming soon to Adobe Creative Cloud, including powerful UltraHD (UHD), color, and new touch workflows for industry-defining tools such as Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Adobe After Effects CC. Adobe is also demoing the latest advances to Adobe Anywhere, the collaborative workflow platform that empowers users of Premiere Pro and Adobe Prelude CC to work together using centralized media and shared projects. Additionally, Adobe will unveil updates to Adobe Primetime, the global TV platform helping broadcasters, cable networks and service providers deliver and monetize engaging and personalized TV and film experiences across screens, including over-the-top (OTT) devices. Learn more about new features coming to Adobe Creative Cloud and Primetime at www.adobe.com/go/video, or visit Adobe at IBC Hall 7, Stand 7.G27.