(Bergen, Norway--April 13, 2012) Vizrt Ltd., a leading provider of content production tools for the digital media industry, announces the latest integration of the Viz Media Engine with the upcoming release of Adobe® Premiere®Pro CS6 software.
This new integration gives editors more efficient productivity by allowing them to search and select source material from Viz Media Engine within Adobe Premiere Pro CS6. Selected source material is dragged onto the timeline and media is directly available without a time-consuming file-transfer. The finished product can then be rendered and exported to the Viz Media Engine through a dialogue where in metadata can be added to the material.
“We are very excited to work closely with Adobe as we developed this plugin to support our customers’ needs,” said Petter Ole Jakobsen, CTO of Vizrt.
At NAB 2012, Adobe will reveal more about Creative Suite 6 video tools, which are expected to ship in the first half of 2012. Redesigned by and for editors, Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 combines faster performance with a sleek, customizable user interface and powerful trimming tools that let editors work the way they want to. Learn more about the top new features in the upcoming Creative Suite 6.
Viz Media Engine takes care of the complete chain of ingesting, storing, transcoding and publishing content to a variety of formats adapted to almost every consumer device available. From a single point users have complete control over all their assets, including metadata, playlists, archive and storage.
Vizrt provides real-time 3D graphics and asset management tools for the broadcast industry - from award-winning animations & maps to online publishing tools. Vizrt's products are used by the world's leading broadcasters and publishing houses, including: CNN, CBS, Fox, the BBC, BSkyB, ITN, ZDF, Star TV, Network 18, TV Today, CCTV, NHK, The Globe and Mail, Times Online, The Telegraph, and Welt Online. Furthermore, many world-class production houses and corporate institutions such as the Stock Exchanges in New York and London use Vizrt systems.