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Drastic Technologies Adds Tools for Adobe Creative Workflows

Drastic Technologies Adds Tools for Adobe Creative Workflows


 Drastic Technologies Adds Tools for Adobe Creative Workflows

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Drastic Technologies has added new products and features for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects workflows, including remote collaboration and Dolby Vision HDR I/O.

The featured products are:

swirl FlowCaster remote 3rd monitor – FlowCaster remote collaboration tools enhance Adobe review and approval workflows with an Adobe Transmitter direct plugin so you can share your editor output with the team. IP I/O support includes NDI, HDMI/SDI, SMPTE 2110/2022, UDP, RTP, RTMP, WebRTC, WHIP, SRT, RIST, and CDI formats.
dolby Dolby Vision import and export for Adobe Premiere and After Effects– The Dolby Vision for Adobe plugin lets you read and write Dolby Vision HEVC files so you can take advantage of this efficient yet powerful HDR (high dynamic range) format directly in Adobe creative software.
amazons3 Direct S3/HTTPS editing for Adobe Premiere and After Effects – your Adobe workflow can now use files on Amazon S3 and HTTPS storage with no download or import step. Drastic’s MediaReactor Lite plugin now provides a [.stream] extension which can be used to access these assets similar to accessing a locally available drive or network.
fclive chip (site and panel) – the site provides live group collaborative review and approval, with webcam, chat, telestration, session capture, marker import and export, and more. The Drastic Live Review Panel, available through Adobe Exchange, provides a dockable panel in Adobe to view the FlowCaster collaboration session directly in the editor.
frame io an Adobe Company – the site also integrates directly with for Adobe Creative Cloud, so you can show your project within, and make markers and leave comments that will show up in Marker import/export lets you send session details to other editors so the input can be used to conform all the edits discussed.
jpegxs FlowCaster, videoQC and MediaReactor JPEG-XS Support – Drastic announces integration of the JPEG-XS codec into TR-07 workflows for FlowCaster, and MXF/JXS file support for MediaReactor and videoQC. This allows Adobe Premiere and After Effects to take advantage of this lightweight protocol in their collaboration, QC, and delivery processes.
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