Bluefish444 Announces Support For Adobe Creative Cloud, Including 4K SDI Support For Adobe Premiere Pro CC For Windows

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4K 60p SDI Monitoring for Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Last Updated: May 7, 2013 9:14 pm GMT
(S. Melbourne, Australia--May 7, 2013) Bluefish444, manufacturer of the industry’s highest-quality uncompressed 4K/2K/HD/SD SDI video cards, announced its support for Adobe Creative Cloud™, including a new Windows plug-in for Adobe® Premiere® Pro CC software enabling 4K SDI preview.

Bluefish444 Epoch | 4K Supernova video cards are now supported by the Adobe Mercury Transmit plug-in. Epoch | 4K Supernova enables Adobe video editing tools new 4K SDI functionality building on the existing 2K/HD/SD workflows already provided by the Create and Epoch video card range.

New 4K SDI functionality brought to Adobe Mercury Transmit by Epoch 4K | Supernova includes:
  • 4K/2K/HD/SD HD-SDI Outputs on a single video card

  • Digital Cinema standard 4096x2160 23fps-30fps 4:2:2 YUV 8/10-bit HD-SDI

  • QFHD 3840x2160 23fps-30fps 4:2:2 YUV 8/10-bit HD-SDI

  • Advanced configurations allow a maximum of 4096x2160 60fps 4:2:2 YUV 8/10-bit HD-SDI

  • 4 x Level A & B 3G BNC Outputs

“Bluefish444 has worked closely with Adobe for almost a decade now and it gives us great pleasure to integrate Adobe Premiere Pro CC into our 4K SDI studio workflow solutions,” says Tom Lithgow, Bluefish444 Product Specialist. “Our proven workflow with Adobe Mercury Transmit and the Sony PVM-x300 provides a solution for 4K SDI workflows all the way up to 60fps, today!”

“We are delighted with the opportunity to work with Bluefish444 on 4K/60p content production workflow solutions”, said Ryo Hayahshi, General Manager of Content Creation Solution Division, Sony Corporation. “The combination of our two companies 4K products, including Bluefish444’s 4K/60p plug in for Adobe Premiere Pro, will serve in the best interest of our mutual customers.”

“Adobe Premiere Pro CC gives creative professionals powerful capabilities so they can deliver incredible productions,” said Simon Williams, director of strategic relations at Adobe. “Bluefish444 continues to innovate in our industry with its high-quality video cards. We know our customers will be excited about their announcement today around the new 4K SDI functionality.”

The Windows driver supporting 4K SDI preview from Adobe Premiere Pro CC for Adobe will be available from the Bluefish444 home page http://www.bluefish444.com free of charge in Q2 2013.

Epoch | 4K Supernova video cards are available from authorized dealers worldwide.

About Adobe Creative Cloud:
Adobe Creative Cloud is a simple monthly membership that provides the entire collection of Adobe tools. Members get access to every new feature upgrade as soon as it is available—at no additional cost. Membership offers ongoing access to all of the Adobe creative desktop applications, including new features as they become available, plus online services for file sharing, publishing, and more. To learn more about Creative Cloud for Video Pros, visit http://www.adobe.com/products/creativecloud/video.html

About Bluefish444:
Bluefish444 is the manufacturer of the industry’s highest-quality uncompressed 4K/2K/HD/SD video cards for the Windows, Mac OS X and Linux operating systems. Its video cards are used in broadcast, feature film and post-production markets for editing, animation, compositing, color correction, restoration, digital intermediate, 3D and IPTV applications.

Bluefish444 cards have been used on award-winning feature films, commercials, music videos and sports events worldwide. Bluefish444’s range of video cards are incorporated in video servers, encoders, decoders and character generator solutions by numerous 3rd party OEM manufacturers, in addition to other niche & mainstream applications.

Founded in 1998, Bluefish444 is a division and brand name of Bluefish Technologies Pty Ltd., which is based in S. Melbourne, Australia. Its products are distributed via an extensive sales channel of OEMs, dealers, and system integrators globally. For further information, visit http://www.bluefish444.com

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