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Remote collaboration technology provider for studios, brands and creative professionals, LucidLink, is taking advantage of IBC to showcase the first integration of its Lucidlink Filespaces solution within a creative tool.
LucidLink 15Sep2023
With this new integration within Adobe Premiere Pro video editing software, creative editors can now either pin just the clips needed within their sequence or if more precision is needed, cache the clip ranges found within their edit. Creative editors can also pre-emptively cache just the media needed in their edit, directly within the Premiere Pro application.

The LucidLink Panel for Premiere Pro also marks the flagship launch of a series of integrations designed to integrate with the Adobe Creative Cloud ecosystem. Unlike conventional methods that require painful downloads and time-consuming transfers, LucidLink says it has no less than “revolutionised” the media and entertainment industry by streaming precisely the essential data that is needed by any creative tool.

The all-new LucidLink integration with Premiere Pro additionally brings intelligent, sequence-aware caching directly into the editing tool. By taking away the need to pin entire folders on a desktop level, the LucidLink Panel for Premiere Pro enables creatives to effortlessly pin and cache only the relevant content needed by the editing timeline.

Users can tailor their cache to high-res, proxy, or both, ensuring a seamless offline to online editorial workflow without needing to download or duplicate enormous amounts of camera-original. The new panel will also indicate when content is not in a Filespace during the pinning or caching process.

Outlining possible use cases, LucidLink said bringing caching technology front and centre to the creative user can, for example, empower an editor to work with high-resolution media despite poor internet speeds, and without breaking known and familiar collaborative workflows. All of this is possible without downloading and duplicating their media.

For sports highlight reels requiring near-immediate turnaround, the Panel allows for in-app, sequence-aware caching, empowering sports editors to work with the highest quality footage possible, eliminating the need to download large amounts of media on a desktop level. For documentary filmmakers on the go and on the road, in-app, sequence-aware caching means a high-performance experience even in the most remote locations, and without the burden of wasteful downloading of content that isn't needed for the edit. And post-production conform editorial is said to be simple, efficient, and without the longstanding headaches that finishing editors universally know.

“In the ever-evolving media and entertainment industry, LucidLink remains committed to pushing the boundaries of cloud-based collaborative workflows,” commented Lucidlink CEO and co-founder Peter Thomson. “We are pleased to introduce the LucidLink Panel for Premiere Pro, designed to supercharge the editing experience with dynamic caching and unparalleled ease.”

“Adobe is thrilled that LucidLink’s new workflow panel integration with Premiere Pro will be available for demo,” added Sriram Iyer, head of video products and partnerships at Adobe. “The panel extends LucidLink’s already robust solution, providing one-click optimisation of Premiere Pro settings and even easier access to manage cloud-based workflows.”