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New Pond5 Add-On for Adobe Premiere Pro

June 20, 2017 | By

LR-pond5-symbol-bluePond5 has announced the availability of the Pond5 Add-on for Adobe Premiere Pro, a free plug-in available through the Adobe Premiere extension panel that makes millions of royalty-free HD and 4K video, as well as music and sound effects, immediately accessible from directly within the NLE.

“When we designed the Pond5 add-on for Adobe Premiere Pro, we knew that one of the most valuable things we could do was help our customers save time while improving their workflow,” stated Jason Teichman, CEO of Pond5. “That’s why this seamless integration into the Adobe Premiere Pro CC interface brings users all the power of the Pond5 collection without ever forcing you to leave the application.”

The free Pond5 add-on makes the entire Pond5 collection of video clips, music tracks and sound effects  available in the Adobe Premiere workspace. That’s more than 7 million videos and over 1 million audio files that users can try out directly in any project.

Users can enter any search term to browse the collection, then narrow their search by price, duration, frame rate and more. Once a clip is selected, one can drag it into the timeline to try it out. Content creators can edit, add filters and transitions, and experiment with as many clips as they like. All changes will be saved when the project is finalized.

LR-Pond5 Adobe Add-On InterfaceWhen an editor is happy with the files chosen, he or she can quickly replace low-res comps with hi-res files by purchasing directly in the app. All of the files will automatically be replaced, while maintaining all edits, cuts and changes.

A download of the free Pond5 add-on for Adobe Premiere Pro comes with a free collection of 50 pre-selected clips, which Pond5 valued at over $1,000.00, that users can try out in their projects to get started.

Click here to download Pond5.

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