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LucidLink launches new Panel for Premiere Pro at Adobe MAX conference

LucidLink Panel for Adobe Premiere Pro has been launches for general download at Adobe MAX, which takes place from 10-12 October in Los Angeles

Remote collaboration specialist LucidLink has announced the launch of its LucidLink Panel for Adobe Premiere Pro editing software at the Adobe MAX conference, which is taking place from 10-12 October in Los Angeles.

The company said that the widespread availability of its collaborative platform within Adobe’s Premiere Pro now enables creative editors to cache just the media needed in their edit directly within the Premiere Pro application, offering them a faster, more efficient, and seamless experience.

LucidLink Panel for Adobe Premiere Pro was showcased at the recent IBC 2023 in Amsterdam, and has been in beta testing by a number of creative businesses. Magicbox, a portable virtual production volume housed in semi-trailers, uses LucidLink in the production of its pre-vis workflows to create virtual environments for its LED volume. 

Brian Cibula, president of Magicbox-owned Supersweet Motion Picture Productions, said: “Our business runs on Adobe software, and the integration of LucidLink into the Premier Pro product has been a game-changer for our teams when they are out on the road and unable to link to the internet and transfer creative assets. Our editors have been able to either pin just the clips needed within their sequence in Premiere Pro, or if more precision is needed, cache the clip ranges found within their edit, which has saved countless hours and not interrupted their creative flow.”

The key features of the LucidLink integration for Adobe Premiere Pro include: proxy and high-resolution workflow intelligence; optimised one-touch performance; and real-time indication (the panel indicates when content is not in a LucidLink Filespace during the pinning or caching process). 

“We are thrilled creatives have found so much value in our first integration of LucidLink into a creative tool, and I’m delighted to make this product available to the whole Adobe community in time for Adobe MAX,” explained LucidLink CEO, Peter Thompson. “Real-time cloud-based collaborative workflows are the future of media creation, giving time and focus back to the creative to do what they do best: create compelling content. LucidLink is delivering this seamless experience today to creatives working collaboratively in locations around the world.”