With the cloud-based editing tool Atomos Edit, content that is uploaded via Atomos Connect/Camera-to-Cloud during the shoot can be edited with a web-based editing tool, provided with intros, logos, etc. and played out or made available for social media - or just a quick rough cut is made, after which it is exported as a sequence via an XML file to an NLE such as Adobe Premiere Pro.
To improve and streamline this workflow for Adobe customers, Atomos has developed an extension for Atomos Edit that allows the browser-based NLE to appear as a panel directly in Premiere Pro.
Editors can directly see when content is uploaded and access previously edited sequences from Atomos Edit in real time. They can then drag that content directly into a Premiere Pro project and finish it using all the features of Adobe Creative Cloud applications.
There's no word yet on when the extension will be available for Premiere Pro, but Atomos will be showing a beta version at IBC in Amsterdam.