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Vizrt Emphasizes Integration With Adobe for Efficient Workflows

April 11th, 2015 Posted in News Roundup By SVG Staff

Vizrt (Booth SL2417) will focus on a smarter integration enabling efficient video-editing and production workflows in the latest Adobe software.

The company will demonstrate the latest integrations between Viz One media-asset–management system an Viz Artist 3D design software and Adobe After Effects CC, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, and Adobe Anywhere. The result is modern, more collaborative graphics and video editing with HTML video.

The latest version of Adobe Premiere Pro CC features a new Viz One HTML video panel that speeds recall and playback of video content during editing. The Viz One panel displays video with HTML and gives editors complete access to all of their Viz One media assets, including search, browsing, and proxy editing.

Adobe Anywhere extends remote access to Viz One media-asset capabilities. Full-resolution files are accessed on Viz One, and Adobe Anywhere provides a viewing stream based on the available bandwidth to the NLE. Video and graphics rendering takes place on the Adobe Anywhere server, enabling real-time collaboration and media-file sharing from any location with high-speed LAN or WAN connectivity.

A multi-layer composition import tool allows Adobe After Effects CC compositions to be easily imported into Viz Artist 3D modeling and animation software, creating sub-scenes using nested graphics channels with 2D and 3D layers. Control-text and control-image plugins are automatically assigned, creating a fast transition from Adobe After Effects composition to a template ready for on-air use in Viz Artist.

An Adobe Premiere Pro CC content panel enables tighter integration between Vizrt’s graphics plugin for NLEs — part of the Viz Trio and Viz Pilot live-graphics systems. Rather than burning graphics into video and rendering a final version of the clip within the graphics plugin, this plugin lets editors save the graphics metadata with the newly edited video. The assets are then saved to Viz One. The video and graphics elements are moved into the playlist or rundown for playout to air.

As a result, people in the control room can make last-minute changes to the graphics. The video and graphics elements can now be composited and rendered as finished clips when they are played out to air by Viz Trio or Viz Pilot.

Adobe will host a social event at Vizrt’s booth at 5-6 p.m. Monday April 13. Besides light drinks and snacks, Adobe will give away a one-year membership in Creative Cloud. To have a chance to win the membership, you must sign up here and attend the social event.