Content creators are under constant pressure to cut production times and deliver new content more frequently to grow their business and remain competitive. In addition, creative professionals are working remotely and accessing files from dispersed geographic locations. Now, more than ever, remote editorial workflows are an urgent priority for enhancing collaboration and improving productivity.
As one of the largest and most diversified software companies in the world, Adobe empowers everyone—from students, creative artists, and small businesses to government agencies and the world’s largest brands—to design and deliver exceptional digital experiences. In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, many people are having to adapt their normal lifestyles and routines. Companies are encouraging remote or adaptive workplaces to reduce the spread of disease. Adobe has joined in the effort, following CDC guidelines to help ensure the safety of our employees and our customers. We thought it might be helpful to remind you how the tools and services included in your Creative Cloud subscription can minimize disruptions and make connecting with colleagues and clients a little easier during this difficult time.
It’s a little different this year, without the NAB buzz we’re all used to, on the show floor and in the news. While we can’t travel to tradeshows these days, we can still connect with each other. Starting at 9:30am PT on April 14th, Adobe is presenting a special video livestream series on Premiere Pro and the Adobe video/audio apps. We’ll be looking at tools, case studies, and workflows (local and remote) that help you get to great faster. Join Adobe evangelist Jason Levine, product team members, and inspiring content creators for engaging demos, discussion, and live Q&A.
Find out more about Adobe's BaM Award® winning product 'Content aware fill for video' in this BaM Product Highlight. "This product is an industry-first, innovative game-changer in the post-production industry. It can save editors and visual effects artists many hours of tedious manual work. It uses intelligent algorithms to automatically remove unwanted objects like boom mics or distracting signs from video. It aims to make it easier for video professionals, regardless of budget, to save time on tedious manual work.”
We spoke to Matt Eaton, General Manager, EMEA at GrayMeta about the company’s dynamic launch into the broadcast and media industry and how its AI-powered technology is helping its customers turn information into valuable data to help drive their businesses forward.