Metus MAM Integrated With Adobe Anywhere

Metus has announced integration of its media asset management system with Adobe Anywhere.

As described by the Turkish MAM vendor, the integration enables users to access all Adobe Premiere Pro projects, their assets and thumbnails created with Adobe Anywhere. It also allows teams to create a Adobe Anywhere project from assets stored within the MAM via drag and drop from the asset manager.

The MAM plug-in creates Anywhere assets in the selected production while retaining the marker metadata from the MAM. The Adobe Anywhere server automatically prepares high quality video streams on the fly and streams it to Premiere for playback and frame accurate editing on the client machine.

“Adobe Premiere users can now easily use assets stored in their MAM in Adobe Anywhere workflow,” said Metus MD, Mustafa Yilmaz. “This accelerates project workflows and makes life much easier for our customers.”

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