April 24, 2017

Kyno strengthens Adobe Premiere Pro integration with support for Spring 2017 release

Lesspain Software is happy to announce that Kyno’s Adobe Premiere Pro integration supports the Spring 2017 release

We’re excited to see Adobe pushing out a wealth of new features for its Adobe Spring 2017 release with updates to Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, Adobe Audition CC, and more, including new Motion Graphic templates, slick new titling tools, the new Essential Sound panel in Premiere Pro, Camera Shake Deblur, and more. Enhanced 4K 60p performance means even more support the latest video formats, including HDR media, High Frame Rates, and 360 VR.

We’re pleased to say that Kyno supports the latest version of Adobe Premiere Pro CC, providing seamless compatibility when exporting content with metadata.

How does Kyno integrate with Premiere Pro?

Building on detailed feedback from the Premiere Pro community, Kyno enables users to efficiently browse, preview, pre-select and log footage before it even becomes part of the editing project. In short, Kyno provides a speedy and convenient way to navigate, organise and transcode anything from project footage to archive or stock material without the need to ingest first. Kyno is thus a super-fast and powerful on-set and post-production aid that Larry Jordan called “the most full-featured media management system I’ve ever seen”.

Want to learn how to power up your own Premiere workflow?

Check out the latest in this series of video editing tutorials by Premiere Gal:

Likewise, you can read all about Kyno in action and learn how Simon Ubsdell turns huge libraries into punchy trailers for film and TV.