“Users can search Avid Interplay from within the Premiere Pro or After Effects interface, view thumbnails, find media and select for editing,” explains Chris Steele, managing director, Marquis Broadcast. “Content in the correct codec is then streamed direct to Premiere Pro or After Effects for immediate editing, while other content is copied and re-wrapped. Delivery of the completed story and associated metadata back to Avid ISIS is achieved with Interplay “Check In.”
“Edit Bridge contains two Custom Panels, which have been developed specifically for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, allowing the control of the workflow directly from the Premiere Pro user interface,” continues Steele. “These panels are add-on extension components that run inside the Premiere Pro application and enable users to source content from Interplay by browsing and searching the Interplay system within the panel that trigger an import into Premiere Pro. Users can then use the second panel to export their content and metadata from Premiere Pro back into the Avid Interplay Production Asset Management system.”
Users who will benefit from accessing this new functionality, include Adobe Premiere Pro and Media Composer editors wishing to collaborate on a project; those using Adobe Prelude® CC as an ingest tool or for quality assurance for Avid Interplay/ISIS; those using Adobe After Effects to complete motion graphics for projects edited on Avid Media Composer, plus facilities who wish to continue to use Avid Interplay/ISIS for their tier one edit storage and MAM but wish to switch to Adobe Premiere Pro for editing.
“We are delighted to win an IABM award for development of Edit Bridge,” confirms Steele. “Our solution now gives Adobe users the power to browse, move and therefore edit content more easily. By taking care of the technical know-how, we enable editors to focus on the business of creativity.”
To find out more about Edit Bridge visit: http://www.marquisbroadcast.com/edit-bridge.html