The latest version of Dalet Xtend module enables remote proxy editing for Adobe Premiere Pro

User editing on Adobe Premiere Pro with Dalet proxy editing

Dalet, provider of solutions and services for broadcasters and content professionals, has released the new version of its Dalet Xtend module, enabling remote proxy editing capabilities within Adobe® Premiere® Pro. Responding to feedback from Dalet customers, this new capability facilitates collaboration between distributed teams.

“Support for remote editing and collaboration capabilities answers the needs of our news and multisite customers requiring in-the-field and site-to-site collaboration. As societies are forced to shift quickly into remote work situations, this capability becomes more critical for all of our customers,” states Kevin Savina, Director of Product Strategy, Dalet. “Over the last few years, we have reinforced our relationship with Adobe and continue to enhance existing integrations while developing new ones to address the most pressing needs of content creators today.”

Dalet Xtend for Adobe Premiere Pro lets remote users edit “quickly and efficiently, anytime, anywhere in low resolution”, with the finished sequence automatically rendered in high resolution back at the production hub. This significant time and resource savings is “especially helpful” for fast-paced news workflows where journalists need to quickly edit stories on breaking news while it is happening, according to Dalet. Additionally, a key highlight of this update is the ability for teams to edit and collaborate remotely.

The significantly improved Dalet Xtend browser provides users with the same user experience to search and select content, whether they are working within Dalet Galaxy five or within the Adobe tools. Additional key features within the Dalet Xtend module include:

  • Users can work with the same browser view they use in Dalet Galaxy five
  • Users can change story status
  • Users can trigger migration actions / workflows
  • Live content and metadata updates for a selected category
  • New Poster frame and thumbnails
  • New Search/View/Edit MediaBin contents
  • Configurable and resizable columns and views

“The Adobe-Dalet integrations enable customers to collaborate across borders and time zones, faster and more efficiently,” states Sue Skidmore, head of partner relations for Adobe video. “Both companies believe in a customer feedback focused approach to feature enhancements, which results in exceptional user experiences that support the full creative capabilities of Adobe solutions.”

As part of the continued partnership with Adobe, work is underway to add improvements to the Adobe Panel within the Ooyala Flex Media Platform. The panel allows Adobe Premiere Pro users to search for content managed by the Platform, as well as trigger workflows for publishing and syndication. New capabilities are being built into the panel following customer feedback.

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