Dalet Xtend connects users to the Dalet Galaxy Media Asset Management and Orchestration platform, providing access to stored assets.
Dalet has released a new version of its Dalet Xtend plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro CC users that will be on display for hands-on demonstrations at the 2017 NAB Show.
Dalet Xtend connects Adobe Premiere Pro CC users to the Dalet Galaxy Media Asset Management (MAM) and Orchestration platform, providing fast and easy access to stored assets and facilitating collaboration with users such as journalists, prep editors, sports producers and other production personnel that use he Dalet Galaxy platform.
The new HTML-5 Dalet Xtend panel for Adobe Premiere Pro CC adds support for multi-sequence export, locator inheritance, configurable metadata forms for exporting content, and support for the ‘while’ scenarios when exporting from Adobe Premiere Pro.
By connecting via the Dalet Xtend plugin, editors working on Adobe Premiere Pro can import media—including shot selections, sequences and EDLs, made by other users on the Dalet Galaxy platform, as well as previously saved Adobe Premiere Pro Projects and Sequences.
Adobe Premiere Pro users also have instant access to content in the Dalet Galaxy MAM and edit in place—out of the shared storage—even as material is still being recorded. The plugin also allows editors to choose to work on proxy, leveraging the smaller file size to work faster and reduce network dependency, then switch to full resolution when needed or for final render of their project. Video packages can be pushed to air as media are still being rendered to the central storage. Editors can directly save against a placeholder within Dalet Galaxy, an ideal feature for fast turnaround workflows like news.
Bidirectional metadata exchange and genealogy ensure all useful data are passed on to Adobe Premiere Pro, retained throughout the editing process and exported back to Dalet Galaxy for consistency. The exchange is configurable and can include information such as manual annotations, closed captions extracted from video, report data from media analysis engines (like QC), censorship markers and digital rights.
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