You’ve downloaded Cinamaker 2.0, experimented with live editing between different camera angles on the Cinamaker Director Pad, and managed to record your first multi-camera video or live-stream.
Now that you’ve carved a notch or two during the production phase, you’re probably ready to take your post-production to the next level by transferring and editing your video in your favorite editor, but you’re bummed because it’s not nearly as quick and easy as you had hoped.
Well, it’s time to bring out the champagne, because post-production just became infinitely more streamlined thanks to our new Adobe panel integration into Premiere Pro! Unveiled last week by our CEO Benjamin Nowak at the annual Adobe MAX Creativity Conference, we’re sharing all the details you need to get started.
With just a push of a button, Cinamaker’s Premiere Pro Panel allows you to:
- Transfer and open your Cinamaker project files
- Have all your synchronized source cameras, graphics, media, project assets, EDL and timeline meta-data imported into Premiere Pro
- Automate your media management and timeline creation in Premiere
- Have your 1st cut auto-created by edit decisions and graphics used during a Cinamaker live-cut or live-stream
This means that your multi-camera video recording, along with all cameras, edit decisions, metadata, graphics, and audio from Cinamaker will be transferred to your Adobe Premiere Pro timeline in perfect sync. All that would be left is hopping over to Premiere Pro to add your finishing touches.
Say goodbye to time-consuming processes and an inefficient workflow of simply syncing your files. You’ll now be able to dedicate all that time you would’ve spent in post-production to doing what you love: creating content and continuously raising the bar in your video production future.
To get started, head to Adobe Exchange to download the free Cinamaker Panel for Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
In addition to our Premiere Pro Panel integration unveiling, we also announced our official role as Adobe Video & Audio Partner (check out our listing in the Adobe Video & Audio Partner Finder) at this year’s Adobe MAX Creativity Conference! The three-day event served to be an amazing platform for us to not only spread awareness about Cinamaker but also to learn more about the needs of new creators, schools, companies and live streamers that benefit from Cinamaker’s video production platform.
As expected, we received a great response from creators, but we also received overwhelming feedback from another group. Educators came in full force, searching for software solutions that could facilitate campus-based and distance learning, teach filmmaking and streamline ongoing internal training for teachers and faculty.
Last but not least, we held a successful Instagram giveaway offering a free annual Cinamaker license for our followers that entered. Here are the lucky individuals that will be enjoying Cinamaker for years to come:
- Ignacio Fiallos
- Devin Gabhart
- Naomi Shapiro
- Sam Felser
- Pierre Michael
- Alma Camera
- John Willman
- Richard Boyle
- Rob Cutler
Congratulations to our nine winners! If you haven’t already, make sure to check your Instagram DMs and email to redeem your coupon code and start Cinamakin’!
A big thanks to our featured guest creator, Dan Flores (@deltatangomike) for joining us and sharing his 2D digital/traditional illustration process and awesome spirit with our booth visitors.