Axle ai Brings AI-Powered Media Search to Adobe Creative Cloud Applications
Posted: Oct 24, 2020
New integrations with Adobe applications for remote teams to debut at Adobe MAX online conference.
Boston, MA - USA | October 20, 2020 -- axle ai is excited to announce a major expansion to its lineup of integrations for the Adobe® Creative Cloud® applications. In addition to upgrades to its popular panel for Adobe Premiere® Pro, the makers of radically simple remote video search have added new panel integrations for After Effects®, Photoshop®, InDesign®, and Illustrator®.
The axle ai panels allow users to remotely access and search their media catalog and import files to projects created in Adobe applications - all within their familiar Adobe app interfaces. The panel set comes standard with axle ai 2020.2, the newest version of axle ai’s flagship software. The company will be demonstrating the solution at next week’s Adobe MAX worldwide event (free signup at https://max.adobe.com), and at axle ai’s Webinar Wednesday events over the next two weeks (free signups at https://tinyurl.com/webwed00 and https://tinyurl.com/webwed02).
axle ai 2020.2 includes:
- Integrated remote access tools including browser-based search, upload and download.
- Support for a wide range of Adobe Creative Cloud applications and workflows, including Premiere Pro, Photoshop, After Effects, Illustrator and InDesign.
- Integrated speech transcription for video and audio assets, and OCR for photo and document assets, massively improving searchability without labor-intensive tagging.
- Modules supporting multiple professional camera formats and image sequence workflows, increasing axle ai's appeal in the high end of the post production market.
Scott Salik, VP of Global Content at marketing company Youngevity, said "axle’s new Premiere panel has really useful new capabilities like integrated transcripts on the timeline and the ability to download high-res and proxy media straight into Premiere. We’re excited to be able to integrate this into our remote editorial workflows – it will be an incredible time saver."
axle ai’s new Remote Leap solution, which includes all the software, hardware and services required to set up a full remote workflow for a team of 5 creatives, is priced at $295 per month on a four-year lease with a $1 buyout. The Remote Leap Bundle includes the entire Adobe Creative Cloud integration panel set, four years of remote access support, and 2,000 hours of transcription. Any Mac, Windows or Linux system with 6 or more CPU cores can be used to host the axle server software, which can also be deployed in the cloud for all-remote applications.
"Our flagship video search software, with integrated remote access, has been helping teams maintain their workflows as more and more organizations make the move to remote work during COVID-19. Our new Adobe panels take this one step further, enabling video editors to efficiently and easily collaborate on media projects while working from home," said axle ai CEO Sam Bogoch. "With axle ai, any web browser connects your entire media library to Adobe Creative Cloud."
About axle ai:
axle ai, Inc. is the recognized leader in developing radically simple software for remote media access and search. Its solutions have helped over 600 media organizations improve the way they create, share and store digital video content with media management solutions that are easy to install, use and afford. axle ai’s radically simple remote access, media management and transcription uniquely addresses a burgeoning need and has caught on rapidly among video professionals in post-production, education, broadcast, corporate, sports, house of worship, non-profit, advertising-marketing, and government organizations worldwide. The company’s investors include Jason Calacanis and Quake Ventures. More at https://axle.ai.
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Aminata Jalloh lives in Sierra Leone and is an education specialist in the international development field, where she provides technical expertise in the design of literacy curriculums and programs.