Bring the creative benefits of Adobe tools to your entire production project, exploring new possibilities with Adobe After Effects and other Adobe software. As you work in Adobe Premiere Pro software, you can collaborate more efficiently with colleagues by importing and exporting Apple Final Cut Pro and Avid projects. Consider switching from Final Cut Pro or Avid to Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Roundtrip projects between Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Final Cut Pro 7 (and earlier) without conversion or rerendering, preserving commonly used effects and transitions. Bring the creative benefits of Adobe tools to any post-production workflow.
Use AAF project interchange to roundtrip projects between Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Avid Media Composer without conversion or rerendering, preserving commonly used effects and transitions. AAF import and export is available on both Mac OS and Windows®. You can also import and export CMX3600 format Edit Decision Lists (EDLs).
Export your audio in Open Media Framework (OMF) format for interchange with audio workstations. Then import the final audio back into Adobe Premiere Pro and use direct audio channel routing to preserve the final mix.
Use Speech Search and other metadata features to add intelligence to your assets. Metadata can be used downstream to engage viewers in new ways.
Bring your Final Cut Pro or Avid projects into Adobe Premiere Pro, and then add timeline markers that can be embedded as cue points when you export FLV files for Adobe Flash® Professional projects.
Import and edit all the popular QuickTime formats natively (including Apple ProRes and MOV files captured by Canon 5D and 7D cameras), with full access to clip metadata — no transcoding, rewrapping, or logging and transferring required.
Maximize the efficiency with which still images can be incorporated into video production. Import and animate Adobe Photoshop® layers in Adobe Premiere Pro. Instantly edit Adobe Premiere Pro stills in Photoshop, and then automatically match the frame size and aspect ratio of an Adobe Premiere Pro project — even in HD — when creating new files.
Import Final Cut Pro 7 (and earlier) or Avid sequences or projects into Adobe Premiere Pro and send the sequence through to After Effects, where you can create opening titles, animated graphics, and world-class special effects. Use Dynamic Link to see your After Effects compositions directly in the Adobe Premiere Pro timeline — in context with the rest of your edits — without rendering.
Take advantage of a truly native, color-rich, 5K tapeless workflow in Adobe video software, enabling filmmakers to harness the full potential of high-resolution raw digital cinematography on the desktop. Adobe and RED Digital Cinema have collaborated with the goal of developing a native raw workflow that keeps you close to the lens, so you're always working with the sensor data that the camera captured. By always working close to the lens, without proxies or other restrictions, you can adjust the look and feel of your work all the way through the production process, knowing that your changes are completely accurate.
Adobe Premiere Pro supports R3D files ranging from 2K to 5K resolutions, 16:9 and 2:1 aspect ratios, and RED HDRx footage. Best of all, the Mercury Playback Engine enables real-time scrubbing and playback of RED R3D® files up to 5K in resolution. The RED R3D Source Settings dialog box in Adobe Premiere Pro offers extensive control over the look of RED raw footage. In conjunction with the ability to change color settings per clip, you can save combinations of adjustments as custom presets, which can be applied to individual or multiple clips. The controls in the Source Settings dialog box include:
Enjoy a truly native, nondestructive workflow when working with RED footage using Adobe Premiere Pro. RED cameras have taken the digital filmmaking world by storm, making high-resolution digital cinematography accessible to many more productions. RED cameras capture extremely high-resolution raw files, opening up the possibility of a digital production workflow that allows you to make image-processing decisions throughout the post-production process because raw files keep the image sensor data directly.
Work with footage that's as close as possible to what the lens saw because Adobe Premiere Pro works directly with the sensor data, opening up much richer, more powerful ways of working nondestructively on the color and look of your work.
Edit up to 5K footage shot from RED EPIC® and RED Scarlet-X cameras without transcoding or rewrapping, and access RED parameters directly from the enhanced Source Settings dialog box. Work natively with RED footage, with support for RED Rocket, Mysterium X®, and the latest Color Science camera advances.
Watch Wes Howell, QE engineer at Adobe, and Ted Schilowitz, one of the founding members and part of the development team at RED Digital Cinema, step through the RED editing workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Import R3D files directly into Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Encore without conversion for a faster, color-rich workflow that gives you control of the look when you edit. You can dynamically change the resolution, applying color correction to the footage in full resolution, for example, and then lowering the resolution on the fly to gain better performance from your hardware as you scrub through edits. Support for the latest firmware including FLUT Color Science, and HDRx helps ensure the highest quality imagery as you edit and finish content.
With a membership of more than 1,000 industry professionals and monthly meetings held at Kappa Studios in Burbank, California, this organization provides an outlet for sharing the latest in RED associated technology. Members enjoy networking opportunities and equipment demonstrations.
REDucation events offer fully immersive, hands-on, practical training and teaching of the RED ONE®/EPIC/Scarlet-X camera system for both on-set and post-production practices. REDucation Open Houses provide opportunities for attendees to view new RED centric products, learn best practices, hear the latest buzz in filmmaking, and hang out with other industry professionals.
Extend the capabilities of Adobe Premiere Pro to handle any post-production workflow. As an open, customizable system with broad support for leading post-production hardware, Adobe Premiere Pro gives you more options to accelerate and extend your editing workflow.
Enhance and extend the functionality of the already powerful real-time video and audio editing tools built into Adobe Premiere Pro. Developers can download the Adobe Premiere Pro software development kit (SDK) and find additional resources to begin working today to help take video production to an entirely new level.