Hello everyone,

We’re proud to announce that ftrack is to include support for a selection of Adobe® Creative Cloud® products. This connectivity between ftrack and Adobe will offer a newly streamlined user experience for creatives.

The first native integration is available now for Adobe Photoshop® CC. Support for Adobe Premiere® Pro CC and Adobe After Effects® CC will arrive in Q2 2016.

ftrack’s toolset will work seamlessly with Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe After Effects CC and Adobe Photoshop CC, offering feature-rich tools for improved collaboration.

Thanks to the new ftrack integration with Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe After Effects CC and Adobe Photoshop CC, users can enjoy the following features:

Instantly access project management
Gain a simplified overview of your assigned tasks from a native-looking ftrack panel. You can browse and drill down to any project available in ftrack, making design-based project management a breeze.

Create projects and tasks
Create entities directly from supported applications, without the need to set up projects in ftrack.

Dive into details
Easily access task information, notes and published files. Import tracked files from ftrack or share notes.

Easy review workflows
Share your work with a press of a button, sending it directly to frack’s production-proven online client review platform.

Publish your work online
Publish your work to ftrack’s cloud platform directly from supported applications. ftrack supports a broad range of storage options, including your own file system.

Collaboration on the go
Use the ftrack Go app to follow your projects even when away from the desk. ftrack’s powerful cloud-based solutions, combined with the simplicity of a smartphone, empowers you with always-on project management.

Fredrik Limsäter, ftrack CEO, comments: “ftrack is a tool purpose-built for the creative industries, so having it integrate seamlessly and natively within Photoshop was a natural next step for us. Now designers, architects, advertisers, photographers and more can utilise the creative project management solutions of ftrack, ensuring that their projects are delivered within budget and on time, no matter how large they may be.”

Sue Skidmore, head of partner relations for Pro Video at Adobe, comments: “Having a project management solution like ftrack working with Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe After Effects CC and Adobe Photoshop CC adds value for content creators and video pros, giving them a bird’s eye view of their projects. Users can see what has been completed and collaborate efficiently with their team as they guide their projects to the finish line.”  

ftrack and cineSync come together

We’re pleased to announce that ftrack is to integrate directly with Cospective’s Academy Award-winning remote review and approval solution cineSync.

This seamless integration will allow users of the upcoming cineSync 4.0 to browse and load media playlists directly from within ftrack. Users can invite guests to reviews without needing to share the media in advance, and without leaving easily accessible copies of the media on the recipient’s file system.

Fredrik Limsäter, ftrack CEO, comments: “The new integration with cineSync 4.0 builds upon past work that ties these ftrack and cineSync’s collaborative solutions together. Now users can expect an even more streamlined experience, enabling faster, streamlined real-time review.”

Are you at NAB Show 2016? Come check out the Adobe and cineSync 4.0 integrations at Booth #SL14913

 

Join the discussion 3 Comments

  • Amo says:

    It’s great to see ftrack integrated into more & more applications, would love to see more development time spent on even more publishing plugins e.g. for Cinema4D in particular (stated at the end of the video above?). Great job everyone!

  • Fredrik Limsater says:

    Hello,
    Cinema4D integration will be released this summer, we have it working internally here at the office.
    Cheers,
    Fredrik

  • None says:

    Wow, really excited, I wonder what referencing system is used (x-ref?) to work with ftrack’s publishing, especially for a character pipeline.
    Thumbs up!

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