Object Matrix solutions now support Adobe Productions workflow

Object Matrix has announced its solutions now support the recently launched Adobe® Productions workflow for Adobe Premiere® Pro. The company has conducted extensive testing of its media-focused private and hybrid cloud object storage solution, MatrixStore, as well as its browser-based search and collaboration tool, Vision, with the Productions in Premiere Pro workflow.

Productions provides a flexible, scalable framework for organising multi-project workflows where complex workflows can be divided into manageable projects using shared local storage, which improves overall efficiency and collaboration. Assets can be shared between projects within a Production, without creating duplicate files. 

MatrixStore, together with Vision, allows media companies to keep content secure and protected, whilst ensuring easy access and discoverability at all times. It also provides scale, security and future proof access to both content and metadata.

Nick Pearce-Tomenius, Co-founder and Sales & Marketing Director, Object Matrix, commented: “Adobe is always innovating and looking for new ways to enhance efficiency and organisation within its creative tools. The Productions workflow makes it much easier for users to collaborate globally without impacting each other or creating duplicate files. We were keen to fully test our integration with this new feature to ensure that our joint customers can truly maximise the potential of this workflow.”

Users of Adobe Premiere Pro and the new Productions feature set will be able to integrate MatrixStore within their workflow and continue to use Premiere Pro while allowing MatrixStore to handle organisation of the archive in the background.

“Whether you’re working on your own or collaborating with a team, the Productions toolset is designed to make complex workflows manageable,” said Van Bedient, head of strategic development for ProVideo at Adobe. “Integration with these solutions from Object Matrix will mean that our users can concentrate on their creativity rather than focusing on managing their archives.”