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Adobe brings Camera to Cloud integration that offers cloud-based virtual production

This morning, Adobe announced a new Camera to Cloud (C2C) integration with Mo-Sys, that enables the first cloud-based solution for virtual production. This allows video professionals to see their visual effects scenes come to life in as they’re being shot on set.

In addition , updates to Premiere Pro and After Effects offer new integration that extend C2C to even more cameras, along with faster and easier collaboration tools.

“Adobe has been at the forefront of delivering cloud-based video solutions that enable collaboration and dramatically faster creative workflows,” said Scott Belsky, chief product officer and EVP of Creative Cloud. “With Premiere Pro, and Camera to Cloud, we’re connecting the entire video creation process from camera capture to final delivery, allowing customers to collaborate in new ways, from anywhere.”

Camera to Cloud, which ignited the transition from disk drive to cloud-based workflows, has fundamentally changed the way video is created and has already been used on over 4,200 productions. With C2C, traditional production crews, post-production teams and key stakeholders can now get instant access to footage as soon as it is shot, no matter where they are. This will allow editors to start cutting shows and movies while they are still being shot.

“Camera to Cloud has changed the way we think about dailies and editorial. The immediate review capability and seamless integration into Premiere Pro have improved our process and allowed us to work even faster,” said Alex Regalado, head of post at Duplass Brothers Productions. “For the first time, it feels like indie filmmaking is comparable to big-budget productions, and we can’t imagine a production without it.”

C2C on more devices

Built on, thousands of customers are currently using Camera to Cloud to securely transfer and store hundreds of thousands of assets in the cloud. Whether it’s for films, TV shows, commercials, corporate videos, live events or social media content, entire teams can now start working together sooner, giving them more time to be creative. 

New integrations with the Atomos Zato Connect device, Teradek Serv Micro transmitter and Teradek Prism Flex encoder/decoder extend the use of Camera to Cloud to more cameras and production devices than ever before.

Additional Premiere Pro updates

Finer masking control for titles

Now you have more control when designing titles with background images or texture. Premiere Pro already supports using Text and Shape Layers as masks. With this new option, you can apply a mask only to a layer’s fill, allowing the strokes and shadows to render without being part of the mask.

Context menu for text and shapes

Get fast access to the design tools for stylizing your titles and graphics. You can now right-click a text or shape layer in the Program Monitor and select Edit Properties from the context menu to open the graphics panel. There you can customize your title with fonts, colors and styling options.

Export titles as text files from the Graphics tab

Now it’s easy to turn the titles in your video into a text document, to print out or share with others. This is great for clients who don’t have access to video review, or people who just prefer to review the spelling and names in a clean text-only environment.

Adjustable Fades for Audio Ducking

Auto Ducking lowers the volume of soundtrack or other background audio when there is dialog so it’s easier to hear. With the new Fade Position slider, it’s easier and faster to get the results you want.

Auto Ducking uses Adobe Sensei AI to automatically adjust background audio for dialog or voiceovers. With the new Fade Position slider, you can choose when the ducking happens in relation to the foreground audio.

More GPU-accelerated effects

GPU acceleration means better performance for effects when editing video or exporting finished videos. Almost all of the effects in Premiere Pro are GPU-accelerated and in this release, acceleration. has been added for two additional features:

  • Unsharp Mask lets you apply sharpening to a selected area of their image.
  • Posterize Time lets you manually adjust the frame rate of your video to stylize the look and feel of it. For example, you could reduce 60 frames per second to 24 fps for a more cinematic feel or even 12 fps to create a stop-motion effect. 

Initializing GPU dialog

On the first launch after a new installation or driver update, Premiere Pro needs to initialize the GPU. A new progress bar shows when this is happening.  

Additional After Effects updates

Keyframe Color Labels

Now assign colors to keyframes in your composition. With visually separated keyframes in the Timeline, organizing, identifying and locating critical components of your animation becomes quick and easy. You can also use the color labels for a quick selection of keyframes with the same color group.

Also, you can see keyframes label color even when the keyframes are selected. With the updated keyframe selection highlights, selected keyframes have blue outlines to avoid any visual clash with label color labels you’ve assigned.

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