To be showcased during NAB, the IPVLive plug-in for Adobe Premiere Pro will enable live, growing, frame-accurate proxies to be streamed directly into the Adobe Premiere Pro editor in a multi-user environment across a standard IT network.
This solution, says IPV, will allow users to have full access to the powerful database of the IPV Curator production asset management and workflow automation system. The result will be ‘unparalleled production freedom’ as users are able to create fast turnaround highlight packages and promos at their desktops quickly and easily.
With IPVLive, live event and archive material is instantly available with IPV’s broadcast standard, timecode accurate, production proxy format and streamed directly into Adobe Premiere Pro to take advantage of the system’s advanced editing capabilities — and all while the video is still being ingested.
In this workflow, IPV’s Curator system maintains a low bit-rate copy of all the assets and tracks the high-resolution media — whether online, near-line or off-line through a catalogue of associated metadata. The IPVLive plug-in makes this copy available within the flexible Adobe Premiere Pro user interface to provide a seamless editing experience, anywhere along the production chain. Once complete, the project’s EDL can be assigned to a variety of network-based, custom workflows automated by the IPV Process Engine freeing up valuable editing resources.
“IPVLive is our latest solution supporting live proxy editing in a networked environment that enables journalists to quickly assemble material for news or highlights packages and send these to air quickly and cost-effectively,” said Dave Cole, CEO at IPV. “Additionally, Adobe Premiere Pro offers a consistent interface for use across the operation, with the reliable constant and performance of the IPV proxy, enabling many touch points throughout the workflow.”
Visitors to NAB 2011 can see the IPVLive plug-in demonstrated on the IPV booth, N4017, and the Adobe booth, SL3320.