Simon Fearn, product manager Marquis Broadcast explains: “Adobe Premiere Pro CC is used by video professionals to edit, manipulate, and export their video projects. Medway will integrate with Adobe Premiere Pro CC into broadcast workflows that require media, sequences and metadata to be passed between video servers, MAMs and automation systems, as well as sending to other editing platforms.
“To achieve this, Medway will support clip, sequence and metadata exchange with Adobe Premiere Pro CC,” continues Fearn. “Medway will transfer both single MXF media clips from Adobe Premiere Pro CC and XML sequences, export sequences and media to Adobe Premiere Pro CC and embed genealogy metadata in the XMP sidecar file to enable the source of the media to be tracked, streamlining users’ workflows.”
“Marquis is focused on enhancing digital workflows,” confirms Fearn. “Our interoperability engine Medway, delivers integration between Adobe Premiere Pro CC and other leading broadcast content applications, ensuring systems can work seamlessly together.”
“Adobe Premiere Pro CC includes powerful creative advancements,” said Simon Williams, director of strategic relations at Adobe. “The integration of Adobe Premiere Pro CC with Marquis’ Medway will enable our customers to have highly integrated workflows for even easier-to-create and more streamlined productions.”