Adobe and Vizrt partner for an integration that gives editors more efficient productivity by allowing them to search and select source material from Viz Media Engine within Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. Selected source material is dragged onto the timeline and media is directly available without a time-consuming file-transfer. The finished product can then be rendered and exported to the Viz Media Engine through a dialogue where in metadata can be added to the material.
Newsroom editorial staff can perform rough-cuts of video content using the Viz PreCut and Viz EasyCut proxy editors within their newsroom systems. When the assets are saved to the Viz Media Engine the EDL is sent along with the metadata. Editors using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 can now open these EDLs and finish the edit.
News editors not only have to quickly edit material coming in each day, they need to access archived material. Older content is usually moved to long-term storage (LTO) once a story has aired. Retrieving this content can be cumbersome requiring the transfer and transcoding of the files from one system to another before the editor can work with it again. The Viz Media Engine extension in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 now allows editors to trigger staging of offline media for a complete timeline.
Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 is Adobe’s non-linear video editing software. Built on the Mercury Playback Engine, it leverages both CPU and GPU to provide high-performance, real-time playback for virtually all native file formats including time filters and effects on both Macintosh and PC laptops or workstations.
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