Vimeo Premiere Pro CC Panel Introduced

February 23rd, 2017
Vimeo Premiere Pro CC Panel Introduced

As post-production workflows get further streamlined by advances in editing software, the demand for a more fluid process of finishing a video and uploading it to a platform is high. Vimeo has addressed this need with a new extension panel for Adobe Premiere Pro CC, allowing for a faster upload process and review pages for PRO and Business members.

Waiting for a sequence to encode, then uploading it to Vimeo and waiting for conversion is a pain, especially if you’ve got clients waiting to see previews of work or a deadline to meet. For Adobe users who enjoy the flexibility of Dynamic Link between apps, this new integration is a sigh of relief to further simplify the post production workflow.

For Vimeo free and Plus members, you get the functionality of uploading videos directly from within of Adobe Premiere Pro CC, with a choice of resolutions and codecs, and privacy options for the video to be made public immediately, or private for further reviewing.

PRO and Business members get an additional tool for reviewing videos within a video review page, which allows for timecode based comments from other users, similar to Wipster. This is very useful for the sometimes lengthy back and forth with clients wanting edits, so including this feature should speed up the reviewing and finishing time in post.

This is great news for Premiere Pro CC users who have missed out on Vimeo’s integration (and YouTube as well) that has been present in FCPX for a number of years. In the past, the desktop Vimeo app for Windows was not as useful as users wished it to be, and although there are export format choices built into Premiere Pro CC and Media Encoder CC, a direct link to Vimeo for Adobe apps never existed.

To download the plug-in panel, follow this Vimeo link.

Have you needed this tool from Vimeo to speed up your workflow? Also, if you’ve been using the panel already, let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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February 24th, 2017

Something is not working well for sure as for now this new service is crashing my Vimeo account.
Also, In premiere Transcoding/calculating time window is open with not much activity going on…

I hope others are experiencing better results with this new (half backed) feature.

 Dan Hyman
Dan Hyman
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February 24th, 2017

I guess it’s a step in the right direction. Right now we export to ProRes and then launch Quicktime Pro and upload to Vimeo from the Share menu. This launches Adobe Media Encoder and then uploads. Wish it did a direct upload from the timeline without having to launch Media Encoder. It does allow you to upload in different formats. Not sure it’s a time saver.

 Dustin Tolman
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February 24th, 2017

Dang, I just started using Screenlight to capture notes from clients. With this option its free I assume.

Member
February 24th, 2017

In 2011 I laughed when I saw this feature in fcpx. In 2017 I’m just surprised it is not in Premiere.

It is so important for validation, hell, last week I discovered that I could just send email from fcpx for smalls projects; since I use it at least 3 times a day.

A very welcome addition for those who works on Premiere!

 Markus Magnon
Markus Magnon
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February 23rd, 2017

A vimeo preset is very nice. Like in Davinci Resolve. But direct upload? Hell no. I want to render a file. I want a file on my HD. Zhan check the filesize. And then decide if I want to upload it. Rendering and upload are different things. No need to bring them together. imho.

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