Adobe has partnered with both EditShare and Cinegy to enhance its collaborative editing workflows.
The partnership with EditShare will enable remote production and group editing workflows, while Cinegy has launched Adobe CC plug-in, Turbocut.
The integrated solution of EditShare with Adobe connects editing workflows into a wider media ecosystem with deep metadata tracking and workflow automation to simplify storytelling, whether on-premise, in a hybrid configuration, or as a complete cloud-based workflow.
The new Flow panel for Adobe Premiere Pro aims to transform content management, proxy and remote editing, and review and approval workflows for editors. It includes tools to orchestrate assets and workflows across tiered on-premise, nearline, and Cloud storage environments.
Flow also offers an advanced proxy-based workflow with support for over 500 codecs, which ties into Cinegy’s partnership with Adobe. Turbocut aims to accelerate editing H.264/HEVC by utilising the NVIDIA GPU’s hardware decoder.
Turbocut also brings Cinegy’s Daniel2 video codec to Adobe CC. According to Cinegy, the Daniel2 video format, which is the equivalent to Apple’s ProRes or AVID’s DNxHR, makes editing 8K resolutions or higher easier.