I'm not a Premiere user, but man this could push me over the edge.
It feels brilliant.
Especially since it doesn't require everyone to be using Premiere – your end users only need to see the web interface.
And, it is going to cost a fortune… NOT – it is a free extension!
Frame.io For Adobe Premiere Pro
Frame.io launches seamless integration with Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Via Frame.io Press:
April 11th, 2016. Frame.io, an industry-leading video review and collaboration platform, announces today a free extension for Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC that brings real-time collaboration directly inside Adobe Premiere Pro.
With this integration, artists and editors can:
- Share a cloud bin.
- Quickly and easily upload Adobe Premiere timeline, project file, or an entire bin.
- Get real-time comments from collaborators, sync'd to the Premiere timeline.
- Bi-directional syncing of markers to comments and comments to markers.
- Iterate quickly on creative ideas with one click auto versioning.
“As professional editors ourselves, we designed the panel with very real insight. These are the tools we've dreamed of having access to so we can spend less time managing our edits and more time being creative,”says Frame.io CEO, Emery Wells. “With Frame.io for Premiere Pro, we're laying the foundation for truly transformative workflows. It's the next generation of collaboration for professional editors and we're only just getting started”.
“With the new Premiere Pro Panel integration, artists and video editors can now easily view, share and leave timestamped comments without leaving the Premiere Pro interface. The panel is a beautiful and smart way to bring collaboration into your Creative Cloud workflows” said Sue Skidmore, partner relations for Adobe.
Frame.io, a video review, sharing and collaboration platform is designed to replace the hodgepodge of Dropbox for file sharing, Vimeo for video review, and e-mail for communication.
Headquartered in New York City, Frame.io was developed by people who love creating content, but not the process for creating it. We are filmmakers, VFX artists and post production pros who realized there must be a better way to collaborate and communicate creative feedback.
Our customers such as Buzzfeed, Facebook, Nike, BBC, TED, New York Post and Yale University rely on us to upload video, privately share it, and easily capture actionable feedback that they need to swiftly drive creative projects forward.
For more information, please visit frame.io
(cover photo credit: snap from Frame.io)