This would not be possible without Adobe’s flexible UI and extensible panel architecture. I think it’s also a great example of the value of products plus services, and maybe a viable solution to a problem that cannot be solved from disconnected desktop computers alone.
I did and I don’t understand anything more than I did before I checked out the trailer. While it may change everything at the moment it told me nothing. Can you point me to some words that might explain this concept to the icon impaired?
nothin\’ attached to nothin\’
\”Deciding the spine is the process of editing\” F. Bieberkopf
* A shared cloud bin that multiple editors can work from
* One click import and export of sequences, project files, and entire bins.
* Real-time comments directly in your Premiere timeline with no marker syncing
* Auto versioning for rapid iteration on creative ideas
* Comment marker syncing for when you do not have an internet connection
* Sync’d playback in Frame.io and your Premiere timeline
[David Lawrence]“If Adobe offered this kind of cloud functionality with CC (as opposed to using internet connectivity as a toll gate for regular desktop software), CC would be much more true to its marketing language.”
I’d love to see more services from Adobe, too. I think there is so much upside here for us as users.