One of the most exciting new features of NDI 5 is the promise of integration with post production and production mainstays like the entire Adobe Creative Cloud suite. The promise this feature offers is significant for both live streaming and video creators as a whole.
Today Adobe made the huge announcement that they will be acquiring Frame.io for $1.275 Billion. The deal is sure to have major implications for the industry.
Adobe Premiere Pro just added a great new feature, that editors will absolutely love, and is sure to speed up post production workflows. This new feature is a major enhancement in Speech to Text, making captioning your videos easier than ever before. In addition, they've also added Native M1 support within Premiere Pro.
Adobe Premiere Pro is a main presence in the NLE and video editing landscape. Adobe recently published a slick television commercial that shows the power of Premiere Pro.
Avid is continuously working to make better, easier and more efficient workflows for it’s editors. Recently the folks at Avid collaborated with Adobe to do just that.
Adobe Premiere Pro has seen a fair amount of updates in the past few years, but some of the most significant updates are concerning the improved, accelerated encoding within the NLE. With NVIDIA encoder acceleration, this process is better than ever before.
ProRes RAW has been in the news quite a bit recently, with more and more cameras, monitors and NLE introducing support for the format. The latest to join this group is Adobe, by introducing updates to Creative Cloud Applications such as Premiere Pro.