LAS VEGAS  —  At NAB last week,  Adobe presented its collaborative editing solution called Adobe Anywhere.  At the show, Beet.TV interviewed Adobe Anywhere Senior Product Manager Michael Coleman about the product.

Coleman explained, “Anywhere is going to allow professionals that are working with Premiere Pro and Prelude to collaborate on media over the network.”  Groups of people can work on centrally-located shared productions from anywhere in the world. “It’s a really big shift in the way people work.”

Adobe Anywhere doesn’t use proxy files, says Coleman.  “We work directly with high resolution media, and we have a new technology called the Adobe Mercury streaming engine that will send the high-res media all the way across the network to the editor who’s working right in Premiere Pro and Prelude.  It’s a great way to work, and it’s a huge advance in productivity.”

Coleman explains more about the product and target user and gives a short demo of Adobe Anywhere in the video interview.

Megan O’Neill

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