We’re pleased to announce the availability of our new ftrack Studio integration with Adobe Illustrator! This latest integration joins our existing integrations with Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, and Premiere Pro. We’ve also improved versioning workflows across all of these apps! Let’s take a closer look.

We’re showing off this and more at Adobe MAX 2019. Stop by the Partner Pavilion, booth 741-T to see the below in action plus more! Head to the end of the blog or follow this link to book a time to meet with us.

ftrack Studio’s integration with Adobe Illustrator

ftrack Studio’s integration with Adobe Illustrator is available today! The integration allows users to access their ftrack project, dive into details, easily share media for review, and publish and import files, all from within a native-looking ftrack panel within the Illustrator application.

By blending the creativity of Illustrator with the organizational power of ftrack, this integration makes the management of creative workflows and assets more streamlined than ever before.

Learn more and try our ftrack Studio integration with Adobe Illustrator

Improved versioning workflows across Adobe integrations

We’ve also improved the logic behind the versioning workflow of our ftrack Studio integrations with Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects, and Adobe Premiere Pro.

When users publish a new version of an asset from Adobe Creative Cloud applications, ftrack now asks if the user would like to publish a new asset or version up an existing asset, rather than automatically creating a copied version of the existing asset.

Thanks to this improved process, ftrack’s integrations with Adobe applications present a simpler workflow, costing the user fewer clicks and making it easier to version up, iterate, and deliver work.

Learn more and try our ftrack Studio integrations with Adobe products

Sue Skidmore

Head of Partner Relations, Adobe

“Video professionals want to spend more time on the work they enjoy, which is why ftrack Studio’s project management integration with Adobe Creative Cloud has been so popular. Now with ftrack’s new Illustrator integration and versioning workflow improvements, they can experience an even more streamlined process resulting in a simpler workflow.”

Meet ftrack @ Adobe MAX 2019

We’ll be at Adobe MAX 2019 this 4-6 November – we’d love to show you these new updates in action! You can find us on the Partner Pavilion, booth 741-T on the following days:

Monday, 4 November
Tuesday, 5 November
Wednesday, 6 November

Follow this link to schedule a meeting with the ftrack team at Adobe MAX 2019! If you can’t find a suitable time, please contact us.

ftrack Studio’s integration with Adobe Illustrator and its improved versioning workflows with Adobe products are available today. Start a free trial and see how you can optimize your collaborative workflows in Adobe Creative Cloud.

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