Hello out there!
We are developing a video annotation tool which can be used for segmenting, annotating and describing videos, quite similiar to how ClipNotes worked in Adobe Premiere CS4, but more sophisticated. Since we're developing the application in Java, we used the ClipNotes XML-format (xfdf) to exchange the segment information with Adobe Premiere. Segment-borders were represented as markers and could thus be imported into Adobe Premiere. Since Adobe Premiere CS5 doesn't support ClipNotes anymore, I was wondering if there is another/better alternative for importing markes from another application into Adobe Premiere using a standard exchange format. I tried to modify the projects-XML description (the prproj-file) but ran into some XML-issues (appearantly the order of XMl-attributes matters in the project-XML file?!). Is there anyone out there who has an idea how to solve this?
Thanks in advance,
Have you looked at the SDK? If you don't get what you are looking for here, post in the Premiere SDK forum.
Thanks for the quick reply,
however I was hoping to avoid writing C-Code using the Premiere SDK or the Java native interface if possible ...
I agree. I don't know, but believe you may find some help on the xml there. Or perhaps confirmation on your idea that those are limitations/challenges of using the SDK.
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