Vizrt has integrated its media asset management solution Viz One into Adobe Premiere Pro with the aim of helping users create a more efficient production pipeline.
The new version allows for Edit Decision Lists (EDLs) made in Viz One to be dragged and dropped straight into Premiere Pro via Vizrt’s Adobe Assistant panel, creating a new sequence, said the company.
Vizrt’s browser-based editing tool Viz Story can also import timelines into Premiere Pro, including video and graphics when a craft edit is required.
Changes to the panel have also improved search performance. Vizrt said searching assets in a Viz One system from Adobe Premiere Pro is up to three times faster. Users can identify and work with both archive content and incoming media shortly after the Viz One import begins, added Vizrt.
Recent updates to Viz One Studio also bring new editing capabilities to the web browser, replacing the need to use Viz One’s legacy PreCut and EasyCut applications, helping further streamline users’ editing experience and improving the workflow between Viz One, Viz Story, and Premiere Pro, said the company.
“The added functionality of the Viz One integration into Adobe Premiere Pro enhances the user experience, supports faster workflows, and enhances performance,” said James Scott, engineering and platform manager, Vizrt Group, MAM Business Unit.
“Editors and creators whether in news, sports, or other productions positions will find it easier to edit, design and collaborate across teams. For example, a journalist could rough cut in Viz One Studio, create an edit decision list, then share that with an editor who can drag and drop straight into their timeline.”