Revealing Adobe Creative Cloud’s New Publishing Panel (beta) Premiere Pro is now adding Social
Post in News by BrittanyHandler on 22nd November 2016
Adobe has been in the video, editing, audio, motion, and graphics world for about 25 years now. However, over the last few years Adobe has really dived into the passion of online video users, producers, creators, and editors. From hometown YouTube stars to celebrity video blogs, people everywhere have been changing the world of video production with a simple mobile device, camera, or computer. There is now no need for a huge video studio to produce amazing footage and creative pictures.
One of the biggest problem online video performers encounter is not the creation or editing of videos, but the publication and time needed to upload videos with the best quality, settings, and … so that these videos look and behave in a way that the vision was set. Then they would spend hours upon hours analyzing the views and action the video has received best on which social media site. Can you say time consuming?
Introducing Annual Max
Adobe has just introduced their beta social publishing panel at their annual MAX conference for its creative community in San Diego. The social panel allows for a seamless process and workflow of publishing videos to social media. It will optimize the way publishing is done. There are cross-platform social publishing and performance tracking (how many likes or views a video gets compared to other platforms) from Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and more. The panel will then populate analytics for the creator with various strategic recommendations in order to hit the maximum viewers and success. Video creators will now be able to save custom keyword sets when posting, create and upload custom thumbnails, and pre-scheduling for optimal viewing times.
Try it Out
Want to check it out? Sign up for the beta at Adobe.ly/sppbeta
Want to learn more about the Adobe Creative Cloud’s Premiere Pro? Register here for online PD on Wednesday, November 23rd at 4:00PM. http://onlinepd.teq.com/events/register/13719