Pebble Beach makes Adobe After Effects plugin

Integration simplifies graphics workflows for thematic channels by reducing dependencies on discrete graphics platforms
Pebble Beach Adobe After Effects plug in, Pebble Beach, Ibc 2019

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Pebble Beach Systems is set to demonstrate a new Adobe After Effects integration, incorporating a plugin and pre-render workflow, which is designed to simplify graphics and promo production.

Working in conjunction with Pebble Beach Systems’ Dolphin integrated channel device under Marina automation control, this new integration manages the process of automatically rendering After Effects templates and delivering them straight to playout.

By removing the need to convert Adobe graphics into vendor-specific formats, the plugin gives graphics designers the creative freedom to use any feature supported in After Effects for on-air graphics, and eliminates the sometimes laborious task of individually rendering many different versions of a promo or graphic.

“The ability to pre-render graphics created in After Effects gives the designer full creative freedom by removing the need to compromise the look of the graphics during any format conversion process. Graphics designers want to concentrate on building stunning graphics and don’t want to be limited by the toolset. They also don’t want to be doing repetitive tasks such as rendering out an After Effects project 50 times for each version. With this integration, Pebble have automated that process, saving time and money,” said Stuart Wood, product owner at Pebble Beach Systems.

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