Melbourne, Australia – 15th September 2023 – Atomos Edit, Atomos’ browser-based, collaborative video editor, is an extremely rapid way to get content directly from a camera to an editing timeline, dramatically simplifying the end-to-end production process. You can upload media in the field directly from any connected Atomos device (via Atomos Cloud Studio), edit, and then choose to immediately publish direct to YouTube or Vimeo. Alternatively, users can export a sequence via an XML file to an NLE such as Adobe® Premiere® Pro.
To enhance and streamline workflows for Adobe customers, Atomos has developed an extension for Atomos Edit whereby the browser-based NLE appears as a panel directly inside Premiere Pro.
Editors will see content being uploaded and can access previously edited sequences from Atomos Edit, in real-time. Then, they can drag this content straight into a Premiere Pro project.
“This incredibly simple but efficient end-to-end workflow has been our vision for quite some time. It’s very exciting to finally be able to put this into our customers’ hands, and we can’t wait to see what they do with it,” said Trevor Elbourne, CEO of Atomos. “While users capture content with their connected Atomos device, footage is uploaded to the cloud in near real-time. After editing collaboratively with our browser-based Atomos Edit NLE to create sequences, they can immediately start creatively editing directly within Premiere Pro. Connecting the Atomos and Adobe ecosystems like this will change the rules for millions of existing and new Adobe Creative Cloud users.”
This powerful cloud-based workflow will streamline all kinds of production. Users can simultaneously capture from multiple Atomos connected products, funneling content into the simple-to-use Atomos Edit to create sequences and rough edits. Then Adobe Premiere editors can take these sequences and finish the content using all the facilities within Adobe Creative Cloud applications.
“With the new Atomos Edit extension panel for Premiere Pro, editors can enjoy the convenience of seamless integration for rough cut workflows directly into Premiere Pro,” said Sriram Iyer, Head of Video Products and Partnerships at Adobe. “The panel bridges the gap for customers needing quick edits with transition effects to sophisticated and creative editing capabilities available within Premiere Pro.”