Cantemo Updates Adobe Panel

The latest version of the Cantemo Portal asset management software, which is being launched at NAB, includes a more streamlined experience for users of Adobe Premiere Pro.

The integration with Adobe Premiere Pro CC enables users to manage an entire project, from start to finish within the Adobe Premiere Pro editing environment, with Cantemo Portal handling the file management tasks.

“The updates to the Adobe Premiere Pro panel for Windows brings it more in line with the existing panel available for Mac users, enabling a more streamlined content and metadata exchange between Cantemo Portal and Adobe Premiere Pro CC, part of Adobe Creative Cloud,” explains Parham Azimi, CEO, Cantemo. “An increasing number of our customers are using Adobe Premiere Pro on the Windows platform. We have been working to improve the functionality and usability of our panel and agent for that platform, giving Windows users a closer experience to Mac users.”

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