New Features in Overcast Adobe Premiere Pro Integration

Adobe Premiere Pro integration new features

Overcast Adobe Premiere Pro integration

Adobe Premiere Pro is video editing software that has been widely in the film/TV industries for many years — now it’s increasingly being used by enterprises too as they use video to grow their brand.

We have added brand new features to our Premiere Pro integration, saving you time and effort when you are working on your video projects.

The update adds:

  • commenting in real-time
  • the ability to pause and stop encoding tasks in progress
  • the redesign of the inbuilt video player

… as well as other improvements which our users have been asking for.

The new features make it more efficient to collaborate with colleagues while pushing forward on projects, even when working remotely, as many of us are doing right now.

What our clients say

We’re delighted to have received glowing reviews of our software on Capterra:

“The software is really user friendly, both for myself as an administrator but also for all of our users.”  — Paul P.

“The product is good value for money, and very easy to use.” — Michael C.

“It really helped to collaborate with other team members and share content.”  — Madhuparna P.

Download Overcast’s Adobe Premiere Pro integration

If you are interested in streamlining your Premiere Pro workflows, click here to download the integration from the Adobe Exchange.

Get in touch with us

If you are looking for a bespoke video workflow solution and want to learn more, please get in touch with Overcast CEO Philippe Brodeur — he’s always happy to talk! You can reach him on info@overcasthq.com or through the contact form on our website.

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